Recall – Diabetes manager software error can lead to incorrect calculation

Company: Insulet Corporation
Date of Enforcement Report: 4/1/2020
Class II

PRODUCT

Omnipod DASH Personal Diabetes Manager (PDM), Catalog numbers US: 18239 M/D: PDM-USA1-D001-MG-USA1 EU: PT-000010 – M/D: INT1-D001-MG PT-000011 M/D: INT1-D001-MM UDI 10385082000009 The Omnipod DASH Personal Diabetes Manager (PDM) is a mobile, handheld Android device that is intended to communicate with the Omnipod DASH Pod (pump).

  • Recall Number: Z-1553-2020

REASON

In certain scenarios, the Omnipod DASH PDM may suggest an inaccurate bolus amount based on a blood glucose value that is more than 10 minutes old when the user does not exit the bolus calculator as designed or when a system alarm interrupts a bolus calculation. If the user delivers the bolus, this may lead to hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia.

RECALLING FIRM/MANUFACTURER

Insulet Corporation on 2/13/2020. Voluntary:  Firm Initiated recall is ongoing.

VOLUME OF PRODUCT IN COMMERCE

32756 (US), 1420 (International)

DISTRIBUTION

US Nationwide and International

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