Defibtech LLC issues a voluntary recall for certain models of its DDU-100 series semi-automatic external defibrillators marketed under the Lifeline AED and ReviveR AED brands.
Defibtech LLC initiated a global recall for two of its semi-automatic external defibrillators.
The recall notice, which affects 65,885 AEDs distributed in the United States, applies to AEDs marketed under the Lifeline AED and ReviveR AED brands, the company said today.
The FDA classified the recall as Class I because it believes the products' possible malfunction could cause serious injury or death.
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