Software Concerns Lead to Insulin Pump Recall

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The FDA says a software issue has led to a recall on more than 85-thousand devices for an insulin pump app.  According to the Food and Drug Administration, the Version two-point-seven of the t-connect mobile app that connects with an insulin pump has caused more than 200 injuries.  The FDA says the software glitch can result in an insulin pump shutting down sooner than it’s supposed to.  The app is under a “Class One” recall, which the FDA says in its announcement is “the most serious type of recall” and the “devices may cause serious injuries or death.”

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