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Aquilon Medical Nebulisers: people urged to stop use immediately

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Aquilon Medical Nebulisers: people urged to stop use immediately

People and healthcare organisations are being urged to check if they have the affected Aquilon series of nebulisers.

 

Following withdrawal of CE certification for the Aquilon series of nebulisers, the manufacturer has continued to place the nebulisers on the market. We have issued a Medical Device Alert today to all relevant healthcare professionals.

 

The affected nebulisers and packaging do have a CE mark placed on them, however this has not been obtained through appropriate regulatory oversight and therefore, their safety cannot be assured.

 

READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/aquilon-medical-nebulisers-people-urged-to-stop-use-immediately


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No person should be advised to stop using any prescribed medication/device, unless an immediate risk of

death, but should seek advice from their GP/Pharmacist for a suitable alternative available product.

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With respect Mariner, if the MHRA advises users to stop immediately then people should stop immediately and seek an appropriate replacement as soon as is practicable. Their guidance is clear in the press release.


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