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LIFEPAK CR2

Stryker has become aware that certain LIFEPAK CR2 lid magnets have become dislodged from the device, which may result in premature battery depletion. This issue has the potential to result in the inability for the device to turn on if the user does not use the on/off button or if the battery has fully depleted.

Customer letter - non-conforming lid

Customer letter - conforming lid

Infant Child Reduced Energy Electrodes

Stryker has become aware that certain packages of Infant Child Reduced Energy Electrodes produced by Cardinal Health, Inc. may have compromised packaging seals. The compromised packaging seal has the potential to result in the electrodes becoming dried out.

LIFEPAK 500

Stryker has become aware that LIFEPAK 500 AEDs in high-use environments (Emergency Medical Services) may not detect a patient connection due to mechanical wear-through of the contact plating on the therapy connector. 

LIFEPAK 15 Keypad

Stryker has become aware that certain LIFEPAK 15 Monitor/Defibrillators may not deliver a shock after the shock button is pressed. This condition is defined as the service light being illuminated on the device and an on screen message stating “DISARMING” displayed to the user immediately after the shock button is pressed.

Verification of impacted device(s) status

LIFEPAK 15 Lock-up Condition

Stryker has become aware that certain LIFEPAK 15 Monitor/Defibrillators were reported to experience a lock-up condition after a defibrillation shock was delivered. This condition is defined as a blank monitor display with LED lights on, indicating power to the device, but no response in the keypad and device functions.

Verification of impacted device(s) status