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Crocodile 3, Walking Aid (2013-08-26)

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Dec 5, 2013 ... request alternate formats by contacting us. Crocodile 3, Walking Aid (2013-08-26) Report a Concern Starting date: August 26, 2013 Posting date: December 5, 2013 Type of communication: Medical Device Recall Subcategory: Medical Device Hazard classification: Type II Source of recall: Health Canada Issue: Medical Devices Audience: General Public, Healthcare

Reminding Canadians to safely use and dispose of fentanyl patches to prevent accidental exposure

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Oct 11, 2013 ... patches in a safe place out of the reach of children, pets and others before use. Use: Patients or caregivers should check periodically that the patch is still in place, either by touching or looking at it, to make sure that it hasn’t fallen off. Patches that have become loose should be re-secured by taping the edges with first aid tape. Do not put your patch

Metal-on-Metal Hip Implants - Information for Orthopaedic Surgeons Regarding Patient Management Following Surgery - For Health Professionals

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Mar 1, 2013 ... Canada's recommendations with respect to follow-up and diagnosis of patients who have been implanted with a MoM device. They are intended to provide surgeons with the guidance necessary for successful MoM outcomes and to aid surgeons in timely and accurate identification of patients experiencing significant soft-tissue reactions. Pre-Operative and Intra-Operative

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Reminding Canadians to safely use and dispose of fentanyl patches to prevent accidental exposure

http://www.healthycanadians.gc.ca/recall-alert-rappel-avis/hc-sc/2013/36239a-eng.php

... patches in a safe place out of the reach of children, pets and others before use. Use: Patients or caregivers should check periodically that the patch is still in place, either by touching or looking at it, to make sure that it hasn’t fallen off. Patches that have become loose should be re-secured by taping the edges with first aid tape. Do not put your patch

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Mar 30, 2012 ... These products are not authorized for sale in Canada and have not been found in the Canadian marketplace, but it is possible they may have been brought into the country by travellers or purchased over the Internet.... Posted: 2012-12-21 Type of communication: Advisory Weight loss aids, various brands and manufacturers Weight loss aids, various brands and manufacturers

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Mar 30, 2012 ...-Nicotine Smoking Cessation Aids - For the Public CHAMPIX (varenicline tartrate) and ZYBAN (bupropion hydrochloride) - Revision to the Consumer Information of Non-Nicotine Smoking Cessation Aids - For the Public This is duplicated text of a letter from Pfizer Canada Inc. and Valeant Canada LP. Contact the company for a copy of any references, attachments... Posted

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Mar 30, 2012 ... Stand Aid (October 24, 2006) Two incidents occurred in the United Kingdom in which the bolt that connects the lifting arm to the lifting actuator failed due to wear and tear of the brass pin. 112179 1 65, 70, 96, 73, 29, 32, 30, 31, 78, 12, 79, 93, 27, 26, 10, 36, 71, 28, 72, 69, 98, 35, 68, 58, 66, 95, 42, 97, 100, 41, 52, 55,... Posted: 2006-10-24 Type

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