The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), on July 13, identified the recall by Draeger Medical of its Oxylog 3000 Plus Emergency and Transport Ventilators as Class I, the most serious.
The recall was initiated because of reports that the ventilator may not automatically switch back to using AC power when it is plugged in and may continue using the battery until it is depleted, stopping ventilation. A battery alarm does occur with this issue.
The company reports six complaints, no injuries, and no deaths related to this issue.
Distribution dates were April 30, 2012, to June 13, 2022.Read More >>