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Tip of the month: FDA warns of StatSpin centrifuge problems

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May 1, 2010

The FDA has alerted hospitals that a specific model of StatSpin® centrifuges has an alleged defect that could result in injuries.

The centrifuges have been recalled by StatSpin, Inc., of Westwood, MA, which does business under the name Iris Sample Processing.

If you haven’t already, bring this topic up at your next safety committee or biomedical engineering committee meeting.

The FDA has alerted hospitals that a specific model of StatSpin® centrifuges has an alleged defect that could result in injuries. If you haven’t already, bring this topic up at your next safety committee or biomedical engineering committee meeting.

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