FDA recalls defective iOS app that injured over 200 insulin pump users

Unrecognizable woman with type-1 diabetes holds her smartphone in one hand and insulin pump in the other.

At least 224 people with diabetes have reported injuries linked to a defective iOS app that caused their insulin pumps to shut down prematurely, according to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

, the agency announced that California-based medical device manufacturer Tandem Diabetes Care has issued a recall for version 2.7 of the iOS t:connect mobile app, which is used in conjunction with the company’s t:slim X2 insulin…

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