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Hospitals, Healthcare Facilities, And EMS Services That Purchased Recalled Vyaire Medical Airlife Manual Resuscitators May Be Eligible For Justice And Compensation

Eligibility for Possible Compensation:

Those hospitals, healthcare facilities, emergency service providers, and medical institutions that acquired Vyaire Medical AirLife Manual Resuscitators made in or before 2017 may qualify for compensation.

Potential Financial Risks for Buyers of Vyaire Medical AirLife Manual Resuscitators

Attention to all hospitals, healthcare facilities, EMS services, and institutions that acquired Vyaire Medical AirLife Manual Resuscitators made in or before 2017: potential financial risks may have been involved.

Recall Alert: Vyaire Medical AirLife Manual Resuscitators

Have you purchased or kept Vyaire AirLife Manual Resuscitators in stock for your hospital, healthcare facility, ambulance service, or organization?

Vyaire Medical has initiated a recall for specific models of its AirLife Manual Resuscitators, associated with a collection of severe injuries and two fatalities.

The presence of faulty resuscitators may have exposed medical facilities and service providers to serious financial liabilities.

Details On The Recall Issued for Vyaire Medical AirLife Manual Resuscitators

Vyaire Medical Inc., in conjunction with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, has declared a Class I recall on several models of AirLife Manual Resuscitators due to a manufacturing flaw, a defect that could lead to insufficient ventilation in emergencies.

AirLife Manual Resuscitators are single-use bag-valve masks emergency responders use during resuscitation efforts to deliver air into the lungs of patients experiencing breathing difficulties or respiratory arrest.

Approximately 6.6 million units of these devices were manufactured on or before 2017, and they may have been present in hospital stocks, healthcare facilities, and ambulance inventories.

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Models subject to the recall include:

  • AirLife™ Adult Manual Resuscitator, 40″ (1.0 m) Oxygen Reservoir Tubing, Adult Mask, CO2 Detector, 2K8005C2
  • AirLife™ Adult Manual Resuscitator, 40″ (1.0m) Oxygen Reservoir Tubing, Adult Mask, 2K8004
  • AirLife™ Adult Manual Resuscitator, 40″ (1.0m) Oxygen Reservoir Tubing, Adult Mask, 2K8005
  • AirLife™ Adult Manual Resuscitator, 40″ (1.0m) Oxygen Reservoir Tubing, Adult Mask, Expiratory Filter, 2K8005F
  • AirLife™ Adult Manual Resuscitator, 40″ (1.0m) Oxygen Reservoir Tubing, without Mask, 2K8001
  • AirLife™ Adult Manual Resuscitator, Oxygen Reservoir Bag, Adult Mask, CO2 Detector, 2K8004C2
  • AirLife™ Adult Manual Resuscitator, Oxygen Reservoir Bag, Expiratory Filter, 2K8004F
  • AirLife™ Adult Manual Resuscitator, Oxygen Reservoir Bag, without Mask, 2K8000
  • AirLife™ Adult Manual Resuscitator, Variable Volume Oxygen Reservoir Tubing, Adult Mask, 2K8017

Warning: AirLife Manual Resuscitator Failures Pose Severe Risks

The FDA has received reports of 37 incidents related to AirLife Manual Resuscitators, resulting in two injuries and two tragic deaths.

This recall by Vyaire Medical of the AirLife Manual Resuscitators has been labeled as Class I, indicating the potential for serious injuries or fatalities due to device usage.

The identified flaw in the recalled AirLife units could hinder their ability to deliver sufficient ventilation to patients relying on these devices to prevent oxygen deprivation that could cause severe harm or loss of life.

Beyond the financial burden of replacing recalled inventory, these devices could lead to ongoing treatment failures, potentially exposing healthcare providers to financial risks such as legal action brought by patients who suffered damages.

We encourage hospitals, healthcare facilities, emergency service providers, and other medical institutions that acquired Vyaire Medical AirLife Manual Resuscitators made in or before 2017 to request a free, private case review to potentially qualify for compensation.

Eligible victims are encouraged to request a free, private case evaluation by an experienced legal staff with the potential for compensation and justice.

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Potential Financial Risks for Buyers of Vyaire Medical AirLife Manual Resuscitators

Attention to all hospitals, healthcare facilities, EMS services, and institutions that acquired Vyaire Medical AirLife Manual Resuscitators made in or before 2017: potential financial risks may have been involved.

Recall Alert: Vyaire Medical AirLife Manual Resuscitators

Have you purchased or kept Vyaire AirLife Manual Resuscitators in stock for your hospital, healthcare facility, ambulance service, or organization?

Vyaire Medical has initiated a recall for specific models of its AirLife Manual Resuscitators, associated with a collection of severe injuries and two fatalities.

The presence of faulty resuscitators may have exposed medical facilities and service providers to serious financial liabilities.

Details On The Recall Issued for Vyaire Medical AirLife Manual Resuscitators

Vyaire Medical Inc., in conjunction with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, has declared a Class I recall on several models of AirLife Manual Resuscitators due to a manufacturing flaw, a defect that could lead to insufficient ventilation in emergencies.

AirLife Manual Resuscitators are single-use bag-valve masks emergency responders use during resuscitation efforts to deliver air into the lungs of patients experiencing breathing difficulties or respiratory arrest.

Approximately 6.6 million units of these devices were manufactured on or before 2017, and they may have been present in hospital stocks, healthcare facilities, and ambulance inventories.

iStock-1484200709

Models subject to the recall include:

  • AirLife™ Adult Manual Resuscitator, 40″ (1.0 m) Oxygen Reservoir Tubing, Adult Mask, CO2 Detector, 2K8005C2
  • AirLife™ Adult Manual Resuscitator, 40″ (1.0m) Oxygen Reservoir Tubing, Adult Mask, 2K8004
  • AirLife™ Adult Manual Resuscitator, 40″ (1.0m) Oxygen Reservoir Tubing, Adult Mask, 2K8005
  • AirLife™ Adult Manual Resuscitator, 40″ (1.0m) Oxygen Reservoir Tubing, Adult Mask, Expiratory Filter, 2K8005F
  • AirLife™ Adult Manual Resuscitator, 40″ (1.0m) Oxygen Reservoir Tubing, without Mask, 2K8001
  • AirLife™ Adult Manual Resuscitator, Oxygen Reservoir Bag, Adult Mask, CO2 Detector, 2K8004C2
  • AirLife™ Adult Manual Resuscitator, Oxygen Reservoir Bag, Expiratory Filter, 2K8004F
  • AirLife™ Adult Manual Resuscitator, Oxygen Reservoir Bag, without Mask, 2K8000
  • AirLife™ Adult Manual Resuscitator, Variable Volume Oxygen Reservoir Tubing, Adult Mask, 2K8017

Warning: AirLife Manual Resuscitator Failures Pose Severe Risks

The FDA has received reports of 37 incidents related to AirLife Manual Resuscitators, resulting in two injuries and two tragic deaths.

This recall by Vyaire Medical of the AirLife Manual Resuscitators has been labeled as Class I, indicating the potential for serious injuries or fatalities due to device usage.

The identified flaw in the recalled AirLife units could hinder their ability to deliver sufficient ventilation to patients relying on these devices to prevent oxygen deprivation that could cause severe harm or loss of life.

Beyond the financial burden of replacing recalled inventory, these devices could lead to ongoing treatment failures, potentially exposing healthcare providers to financial risks such as legal action brought by patients who suffered damages.

We encourage hospitals, healthcare facilities, emergency service providers, and other medical institutions that acquired Vyaire Medical AirLife Manual Resuscitators made in or before 2017 to request a free, private case review to potentially qualify for compensation.

Eligible victims are encouraged to request a free, private case evaluation by an experienced legal staff with the potential for compensation and justice.

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