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At Issue: Cardinal Health Jan 21 notified customers of an urgent medical device recall related to specific production lots of single-sterile and bulk non-sterile Cardinal Non-Reinforced Surgical Gowns Cardinal Fabric-Reinforced Surgical Gowns and RoyalSilk Non-Reinforced Surgical Gowns Some of the affected gowns were manufactured at locations that did not maintain proper environmental The recall issuer is medical device manufacturer Cardinal Health but the gowns were made in China at a contractor facility The recall is causing alarm among many healthcare facilities in the U S as the FDA continues to investigate the risk Surgical Gown Recall Causing Alarm in U S Hospitals

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The decision to recall certain AAMI Level 3 surgical gowns and some procedure packs was necessary based on information Cardinal Health received in December 2019 that Siyang HolyMed one of our FDA-authorized suppliers in China had shifted production of some

1/17/2020Cardinal Health To Recall Certain Level 3 Surgical Gowns Friday 17 January 2020 Medical device manufacturer Cardinal Health will soon recall certain Level 3 surgical gowns or PreSource procedural packs that contain these gowns following warning that they may not be sterile the U S Food and Drug Administration said in a statement

The Cardinal Health™ Surgical Drapes and Gowns portfolio includes options in AAMI Level 3 and 4 1 For surgical gowns the size options and protection levels are here For surgical drapes you'll find all the features that clinicians prefer most—plus the appropriate level of barrier protection

The gowns were produced by a contract manufacturer in two locations that were neither registered with the FDA nor qualified by Cardinal Health to manufacture surgical gowns The company said it is recalling 2 9 million procedure packs manufactured between September 2018 and January 2020 that contain the affected gowns a subset of the 9 million

"Ballad Health certainly hopes Cardinal Health and the FDA can reach a safe conclusion for our patients " On Thursday the FDA instructed hospitals nationwide not to use the company's gowns or surgical supplies packaged with those gowns while it investigates the potential issue and conducts tests

Cardinal Health Initiates Product Recall of Surgical

(Jan 24 2020) – Cardinal Health notified customers Jan 21 of an urgent medical device recall related to specific production lots of single-sterile and bulk non-sterile Cardinal Non-Reinforced Surgical Gowns Cardinal Fabric-Reinforced Surgical Go

Gowns manufactured in CHINA under unsterile conditions The gowns were also kitted (not a real verb) with other surgical supplies The result is that any kits including gowns will be chucked I worked at CAH many moons ago Sadly none of this surprises me Cardinal Health Gown Recall

One of the largest suppliers in the health care industry Cardinal Health has recalled 9 1 million of its Level 3 surgical gowns after learning of unsanitary environmental conditions and possible cross contamination at its manufacturing plant in China At the time of the recall Cardinal Health had distributed 7 7 million Level 3 gowns to 2 807 health care facilities across the country

1/20/2020Cardinal Health To Recall Certain Level 3 Surgical Gowns January 20 2020 Medical device manufacturer Cardinal Health will soon recall certain Level 3 surgical gowns or PreSource procedural packs that contain these gowns following warning that they may not be sterile the U S Food and Drug Administration said in a statement

4/16/2020Earlier this year Cardinal Health voluntarily recalled more than nine million potentially contaminated surgical gowns – a measure that applied to certain lots of AAMI Level 3 single sterile and non-sterile gowns distributed from September 1 2018 to January 10 of this year According to Cardinal Health's news release surrounding the recall estimated to cost the company $96 million the

1/17/2020Cardinal Health to Recall Contaminated Disposable Gowns Posted January 17 2020 at 12:50 pm On Jan 11 and again on Jan 15 medical device manufacturer Cardinal Health Dublin OH alerted its customers to potential quality issues affecting some of its Level 3 disposable surgical gowns and PreSource procedural packs that contain these gowns

1/30/2020The decision to recall the packs is necessary based on information Cardinal Health received in December 2019 that Siyang Holymed one of our FDA-authorized suppliers in China had shifted production of some gowns to unapproved sites in uncontrolled environments On this basis Cardinal Health cannot assure sterility of the gowns presenting a

At Cardinal Health we're committed to ensuring your safety every step of the way By crafting surgical gowns with integrity and care we're proud to give you everything you need so you can be certain that you have the right gown for every procedure When you choose Cardinal Health you're getting more than physical product

Ballad Health responds to nationwide surgical supply

"Ballad Health certainly hopes Cardinal Health and the FDA can reach a safe conclusion for our patients " On Thursday the FDA instructed hospitals nationwide not to use the company's gowns or surgical supplies packaged with those gowns while it investigates the potential issue and conducts tests

Just as Cardinal Health does with paper notices you will receive notices specific to each of your accounts that are affected by a product recall or market withdrawal With the new Cardinal Health Online Recall Notification System you select the accounts for which you want to receive notices online

The firm sent an URGENT: PRODUCT RECALL dated 7/20/2016 describing the reason for the recall The letter also provides instructions for the user on how to address this issue Cardinal Health anticipates replacement inventory of 5213PG will be available by

Cardinal Health said it initiated an investigation quarantined the gowns placed a hold on distribution of the gowns Of the 9 1 million gowns included in this recall 7 7 million units were distributed to 2 807 facilities while 1 4 million were produced but not distributed The company also noted that it has terminated its relationship with

DUBLIN Ohio — Cardinal Health announced that it will donate 2 2 million hospital gowns to the national stockpile on Wednesday According to a statement from a Cardinal Health spokesperson the gowns were in their possession from a voluntary recall because the gowns were not sterile for a surgical setting

Cardinal Health terminates business with a Chinese supplier of hospital gowns due to concerns over improper sterilization Home Cardinal Health Announces Voluntary Recall of Potentially Contaminated Surgical Gowns Cardinal Health Announces Voluntary Recall of Potentially Contaminated Surgical Gowns

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1/24/2020A quality problem with medical manufacturer Cardinal Health Level 3 hospital gowns and PreSource procedural packs has led to a voluntary recall The company alerted customers on January 11th and also in a January 15th statement that it had "become aware of an issue related to the environmental conditions at a facility" making the garment

The 9 1 million gowns recalled by Cardinal likely represent about 30 percent of the company's global distribution according to Premier a Charlotte North Carolina company that negotiates prices on supplies bought by more than 4 000 hospitals and health care systems

1/24/2020The recall includes "AAMI Level 3 surgical gowns that have been produced in unapproved locations that did not maintain proper environmental conditions as required by law were not registered with the U S Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and were not qualified by Cardinal Health" The sterility of these gowns might have been compromised

Cardinal Health To Recall Certain Level 3 Surgical Gowns By RTTNews Staff Writer | Published: 1/17/2020 9:04 AM ET Medical device manufacturer Cardinal Health will soon recall certain Level 3 surgical gowns or PreSource procedural packs that contain these gowns following warning that they may not be sterile the U S Food and Drug