Cook Medical has initiated a voluntary recall of catheters with Beacon® Tip technology. According to the company, these tips can split or fracture following polymer degradation. This recall follows 30 consumer complaints and includes all lots and sizes of catheters with Beacon Tip technology. The company reports that most complaints were made before patient contact and no injury has yet been recorded. However, tip separation can lead to loss of device function and a host of medical complications, some of which could be serious.
As with all potentially defective medical equipment, it is important that patients with the Cook Medical catheters included in this recall discontinue use right away. If you sustain injury from this or any other medical device, it is equally important that you call our Minneapolis office at (800) 504-0281 to schedule a free case evaluation and learn more about your rights.
The defective medical device attorneys at GoldenbergLaw have decades of combined experience holding negligent device manufacturers accountable for the damages they cause. We understand the complexities and intricacies of these cases and know how to build solid cases on behalf of our clients to help ensure the most significant settlements possible.
If you have been injured or a loved one has been killed by a defective medical device, we are here to help. Please contact GoldenbergLaw, PLLC today to schedule a free consultation and learn more. The defective catheter attorneys at GoldenbergLaw represent victims of negligent medical companies throughout the United States.