Compatibility Issues With Some LAV Connectors And Prefilled Syringes Can Interrupt Drug Delivery, FDA Warns
The US FDA says issues with certain LAV connectors attached to prefilled glass syringes may cause clogging and prevent the proper administration of drugs. This could result in serious harm, especially during emergencies.
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