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North American Rescue, LLC Announces A Follow-Up to the Recall of Crickit Convenience Kits Because of Possible Health Risk Related to Nationwide Recall of Triad Povidone

In Uncategorized on February 8, 2012 at 12:58 am

February 6, 2012-Under the direction of the FDA, North American Rescue, LLC (NAR) today announces the market recall of the NAR Surgical Crichothyroidotomy Kit or Crickit®, due to potential contamination of the povidone iodine prep pads, manufactured by Triad Group. This recall is a follow up to the recall initiated on May 5, 2011. North American Rescue, LLC has successfully contacted 97% of our customers and requested they contact our customer service department for return instructions. North American Rescue, LLC requests all recipients who have further distributed these devices to forward this communication to their customers to facilitate the removal of all affected product.

This is North American Rescue’s final attempt to reach out to customers who may still be in possession of these devices.

The Crickit® Kit component may be found inside a larger kit, the NAR Medic Trauma Pack Kits, available in 4 colors for which the codes are listed below. Only the Crickit® component is being recalled. Please see the attached lot numbers for the affected Crickit® Kits. The affected lot numbers for the Medic Trauma Pack Kits can be found on the North American Rescue website www.narescue.com. Please note that this product has been discontinued and therefore is no longer included in the Medic Trauma Pack Kits.

 

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