The ARROW Endurance Extended Dwell Peripheral Catheter System, a medical device used for short-term blood infusion therapies, has been recalled by its manufacturer due to risk of separation and leakage.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has identified the recall as a Class I recall, the most serious type.
According to the FDA, if a catheter separates while in a blood vessel, fragments could be left in the vascular system and migrate to other parts of the body. The defect can lead to the following health problems:
- Blockage of blood vessels
- Inadequate blood flow
- Injury to blood vessels
- Blood clots
- Pulmonary embolism
- Heart attack
The ARROW Endurance Extended Dwell Peripheral Catheter System was distributed to healthcare providers from October 26, 2018 until May 10, 2023. It was manufactured by Teleflex and Arrow International.
Have You or a Loved One Been Injured by a Defective Catheter?
If you or a loved one has been injured by an ARROW catheter, Port-a-Cath, TIVAD, PICC, or another type of implanted port or catheter, contact the Roach Law Firm’s defective medical device lawyers today.
Complications from implanted ports and catheters may lead to the following conditions, some of which can be fatal:
- Pain, swelling, or limitation of movement
- Skin infections
- Sepsis (septicemia)
- Implantable port thrombosis (IPT)
- Deep vein thrombosis (DVT)
- Catheter fracture
- Fluid leakage
- Unintended migration or dislodgement of the device
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If you or one of your loved ones have suffered a serious injury or death related to a defective catheter, call us at (903) 645-7333 or fill out the electronic form on this page. One of our defective medical device lawyers will be in touch with you as soon as possible.