Recall Involving Leonhard Lang Defibrillation Electrode

The Leonhard Lang defibrillation electrode is being recalled due to a connector compatibility issue with the Welch Allyn AED model 10.

The Leonhard Lang defibrillation electrode is being recalled because the user may not be able to connect the electrodes when a shock is needed, which can result in serious injury or death for failure to shock when someone is in cardiac arrest. Delay in shock can result in anoxic brain injury or death. Timely delivery of electrical therapy is extremely important when someone is in a shockable heart rhythm.

Recalled product details:

  • 50028 Defibrillation Electrode SKINTACT DF29N
  • Lot Numbers: 60602-0774, 60502-0779, 60308-0771,60114-0773, 51023-0775, 50904-0777, 50403-0778, 50130-0777, 41023-0771, 41008-0778 40730-0778, 40618-0778, 40130-0776
  • Distribution Dates: February 14, 2014, to August 3, 2016

Read the MedWatch safety alert, including a link to the FDA recall notice, at:

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