Swiss device maker Hamilton Medical is recalling more than 4,300 ventilators due to a software failure that shuts off the machines, according to the FDA. Hamilton G-5 ventilators manufactured between November 29, 2007 and October 31, 2018 may display a “panel connection lost” error message that causes the machine to stop working and leaves patients […]
Cardinal Health (NYSE: CAH) will receive $29.2 million under a new U.S. Department of Defense contract, with Hamilton Medical and Zoll Medical also securing contracts in the tens of millions of dollars. Cardinal Health’s contract win, announced Sept. 29, comes nearly eight months after Dublin, Ohio–based Cardinal Health secured a $2.25 billion surgical supplies contract […]
The FDA today issued a recall notice for Hamilton Medical‘s G5 Ventilator due to issues with ventilation and alarm failure. The federal watchdog labeled the recall as a Class I, the most serious type of recall issued by the FDA, which indicates “there is a reasonable probability that use of these products will cause serious adverse […]
The U.S. Defense Dept. said it awarded Hamilton Medical a $37.4 million contract for ventilation systems.
The contract, expected to end in 2018, calls for the Swiss ventilation device maker to deliver from its catalogue of 118 ventilation systems and related accessories, according to a press release.
Swiss ventilation devices maker Hamilton Medical recalled certain of its Hamilton-T1 ventilators over concerns that a software glitch may harm pediatric patients.
The FDA gave the recall Class I status, a category reserved for device malfunctions "in which there is a reasonable probability that use of these products will cause serious adverse health consequences or death."