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Medical Device Safety Notification – April 2015
DBS Extension Handling During Implant Procedure
This notification reinforces device labeling specific to the handling of extensions and system integrity checking during implant procedures. This applies to extension Models 37085 and 37086, which can be used with the following implantable Neurostimulators: Activa® PC (Model 37601), Activa® RC (Model 37612), and the Activa® SC (Model 37603).
Product Advisories Archive
|Nexdrive Micropositioning Drive||
MI-1000 and MI-2000
|02/2014||Impact of Cycling Feature on Longevity and Recharge Interval||
Activa® PC, Activa® RC, Activa® SC, all Restore® devices (including SureScan®), PrimeAdvanced®, PrimeAdvanced® SureScan® MRI and Itrel® 4 devices
|09/2013||Loss of Stimulation and Over Stimulation||
Activa® PC, Activa® RC and Activa® SC deep brain stimulators
RestoreUltra® and RestoreSensor® spinal cord stimulators
|02/2013||Potential Lead Damage Associated with the DBS Lead Cap||DBS Lead Kits:
Models 3387, 3387S, 3389, 3389S, 3391, 3391S
Models 3317, 3319, 3337, 3339
|10/2007||Recall: Kinetra and Soletra Implanted Neurostimulators||
Kinetra Neurostimulator Model 7428
|05/2001||Diathermy Safety Alert||
Deep Brain Stimulation Neurostimulation Systems