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May 26, 2016: Hummi Micro-Draw Device Bleeding Risk Leads to Recall

Hummi Micro-Draw Device Bleeding Risk

Hummingbird Med Devices Inc. is recalling the Hummi Micro-Draw Blood Transfer Device due to the risk of blood or fluid leakage. This error may occur if the Y-shaped connector and the yellow tube disconnect from each other prior to or during use, resulting in blood or fluid loss. This dangerous scenario could lead to serious adverse health consequences, including death.

Hummi Micro-Draw Device Use

The Hummi Micro-Draw Blood Transfer Device is a blood collection device with a Y-shaped connector attached to a yellow cannula hub (tube). It connects to a catheter to collect small volume blood samples from infants, including premature ones. The collected blood is transferred from the device to a syringe or other container for transport and processing. The device is primarily used in hospitals.


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Hummi Micro-Draw Device Bleeding Risk Recall Details:

  • ABG-HM-1 Hummi Micro-Draw Blood Transfer Device
  • Lot numbers: 15180, 15286, 15287, 15300, 15305
  • Manufacturing dates: June 29, 2015 to December 2, 2015
  • Distribution dates: October 26, 2015 to November 18, 2015
  • Devices recalled in the U.S.: 37, 750 units in California, Kentucky, Maryland and Illinois
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