Latest posts by Lawrence F Muscarella PhD (see all)
- A Duodenoscope Has Been Linked to ‘Probable Transmission’ of a Colistin-Resistant Superbug In January, the FDA had issued a safety alert reporting a "design issue" with this endoscope "that could increase the risk of patient infection." - December 8, 2017
- FDA Clears A Duodenoscope with a Detachable Cap Almost 20 years ago, the FDA cleared two other duodenoscope models with a reusable distal cover for sale in the U.S. - September 25, 2017
- Air Force Advises 135 Patients of HIV, Hepatitis Infection Risk a Year Later A number of questions about this lapse remain unanswered. - June 26, 2017
Below are Dr. Muscarella’s ten most recently written postings.
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- A Duodenoscope Has Been Linked to 'Probable Transmission' of a Colistin-Resistant Superbug
- FDA Clears A Duodenoscope with a Detachable Cap
- Air Force Advises 135 Patients of HIV, Hepatitis Infection Risk a Year Later
- 10 NICU Infants at UC Irvine Have Tested 'Positive' for MRSA Since Last Summer, the Public Only Now Learned
- The Redesigned Olympus Duodenoscope Has Been Linked to a 'Superbug' Cluster.
- Infections Are Not Limited to the LivaNova's Sorin 3T Heater-Cooler or to M. chimaera
- A Philadelphia Hospital Links Mycobacterial Infections to a Heater-Cooler Device
- A Less Commonly Used Heater-Cooler Device Also Linked To Mycobacterial Infections
- Gastroscopes Now Linked to 'Superbug' Infections, Too
- Deadly Infections at a South Carolina Hospital in 2014: Was A Heater-Cooler Device To Blame?