US FDA Medical Device Recalls: Trend and Impact Analysis

US FDA Medical Device Recalls: Trend and Impact Analysis

Product Innovation will Reduce Medical Device Recalls

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Rising incidents of patient deaths are raising questions about medical device efficacy, specifically Class II and Class III medical devices. All medical devices commercialized in the US market must adhere to 510(k) compliance. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) posts summaries of information about the most serious medical device recalls.

This study analyzes the latest US FDA recalls in the medical device market. It does this by examining the FDA's information summaries. This list includes devices recalled during the study period (2020–2028) as they presented specific risks to patients. The device types (according to US FDA classification) studied include:
• Class I recalls
• Class II recalls

In terms of recalls, devices that could cause serious health issues and even patient death are listed. Medical device recall notices reflect the date of posting on the government list and not the recall initiation date.

FDA Class I Recalls: The FDA Class I is the most crucial recall type. Using Class I medical devices may cause serious injuries or even death.
This recall occurs when a high probability exists that a violative medical device, through exposure or use, causes serious adverse health issues or patient death. Under statutory authority, the FDA can request, conduct, or order a Class I recall. As this recall type includes FDA requests, most companies voluntarily recall their device.

FDA Class II Recalls: An FDA Class II recall occurs when a medical device presents patients with a substantial health and safety hazard. Class II medical device recalls cover devices that have even a slight chance of causing serious injury or producing adverse health consequences, which may be temporary and medically reversible. The FDA issues a Class II recall where the risk of death or severe injury from the device usage is not immediate, but the danger remains.

Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the Prevention of Medical Device Recalls

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

US FDA Medical Device Recalls

Medical Device Recalls—Segmentation

Growth Drivers

Growth Restraints

FDA Steps for Working on 510(k) Approval

US FDA Medical Device Recalls—2018–2023

US FDA Medical Device Recalls—Major Recall Reasons

US FDA Medical Device Recalls—Number of Recalls by Companies

Impact of FDA Recalls on Medical Device Market Participants

Recall 1—Fresenius Medical Care’s Recall of Hemodialysis Machines

Recall 1—Fresenius Medical Care’s Recall of Hemodialysis Machines (continued)

Recall 2—Philips Respironics’s Recall of V60 and V60 Plus Ventilators

Recall 3—Draeger Carina’s Recall of Sub-Acute Care Ventilators Because of Contaminants in Air Path

Recall 3—Draeger Carina’s Recall of Sub-acute Care Ventilators Because of Contaminants in Air Path (continued)

Recall 4—Covidien LLC (Medtronic) Palindrome and Mahurkar Hemodialysis’s Recall of Catheters

Recall 4—Covidien LLC (Medtronic) Palindrome and Mahurkar Hemodialysis’s Recall of Catheters (continued)

Summary of FDA Class I Medical Device Recalls

Product Recalls of Endoscopic Devices*

Product Recalls of Endoscopic Devices*(continued)

AER Product Recalls

FDA Communications on Reported Patient Endoscope- and AER-related Infections

Factors Leading to the Transition from Reusable and Reprocessed Duodenoscopes to Disposable Duodenoscopes

Increased Recommendations to Prevent Cross-contamination Risks Boosting the Flexible Single-use Endoscope Market

Case Study—How Boston Scientific Received Additional Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Reimbursement for the EXALT™ Model D Disposable Duodenoscope

Summary of Endoscope and AER Recalls and Action Plans

Growth Opportunity 1: Innovative Chemical and Material Usage in Medical Devices

Growth Opportunity 1: Innovative Chemical and Material Usage in Medical Devices (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: New Technology Innovation, such as Flexible Single-use Endoscopes and Disposable Sheaths

Growth Opportunity 2: New Technology Innovation, such as Flexible Single-use Endoscopes and Disposable Sheaths (continued)

List of Exhibits

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Rising incidents of patient deaths are raising questions about medical device efficacy, specifically Class II and Class III medical devices. All medical devices commercialized in the US market must adhere to 510(k) compliance. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) posts summaries of information about the most serious medical device recalls. This study analyzes the latest US FDA recalls in the medical device market. It does this by examining the FDA's information summaries. This list includes devices recalled during the study period (2020 2028) as they presented specific risks to patients. The device types (according to US FDA classification) studied include: Class I recalls Class II recalls In terms of recalls, devices that could cause serious health issues and even patient death are listed. Medical device recall notices reflect the date of posting on the government list and not the recall initiation date. FDA Class I Recalls: The FDA Class I is the most crucial recall type. Using Class I medical devices may cause serious injuries or even death. This recall occurs when a high probability exists that a violative medical device, through exposure or use, causes serious adverse health issues or patient death. Under statutory authority, the FDA can request, conduct, or order a Class I recall. As this recall type includes FDA requests, most companies voluntarily recall their device. FDA Class II Recalls: An FDA Class II recall occurs when a medical device presents patients with a substantial health and safety hazard. Class II medical device recalls cover devices that have even a slight chance of causing serious injury or producing adverse health consequences, which may be temporary and medically reversible. The FDA issues a Class II recall where the risk of death or severe injury from the device usage is not immediate, but the danger remains.
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Deliverable Type Market Research
Author Suchismita Das
Industries Healthcare
No Index No
Is Prebook No
Keyword 1 Medical Device Recall Trends
Keyword 2 FDA Recalls Impact Analysis
Keyword 3 FDA Compliance Insights
Podcast No
WIP Number K98F-01-00-00-00