Two deaths linked to heart defibrillators: FDA issues urgent warning after devices 'ran out of battery' THREE MONTHS too early

Two people have died and 10 people fainted after their heart defibrillators ran out of battery, the FDA has revealed.
The medical devices, made by St Jude Medical, had a rare defect that caused them to fail much earlier than expected. 
St Jude said the batteries should be replaced immediately after patients receive an electronic, vibrating alert from the device. 
Normally patients have up to three months to have batteries replaced. 
But the company said a small subset of its heart-shocking defibrillators can fail within 24 hours of the alert. 
The problem affects a subset of its Fortify,... read more

12 October 2016 in Health, Views: 45
Source: Daily Mail

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