Health product recall

Minimed Pump battery cap

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Minimed Pump battery cap
Medical devices - Performance issue
What to do

Contact the manufacturer if you require additional information.

Affected products

Affected products Lot or serial number Model or catalogue number
Minimed 670g More than 10 numbers, contact manufacturer. MMT-1782K MMT-1782 MMT-1782KRP MMT-1782CRP
Minimed 630g More than 10 numbers, contact manufacturer. MMT-1714K MMT-1714KRP MMT-1714
Minimed 670g Kit More than 10 numbers, contact manufacturer. MMT-1762KCN MMT-1762CRP
Minimed 770g More than 10 numbers, contact manufacturer. MMT-1881 MMT-1891CN


Notification to inform customers of a potential issue relating to pump's battery cap and provide actions required by the customers. Notification advises customers that if the metal contact becomes loose or falls off from the battery cap, this can result in an incomplete battery connection, leading to a loss of power source to the pump. When the pump detects no power source, an "insert battery" alarm will occur, and insulin delivery will immediately stop. After 10 minutes, the alarm sound may increase to a siren, and the pump will turn off. If the pump stops delivery of insulin due to power loss, this could lead to varying degrees of high blood sugar, including diabetic ketoacidosis (dka). Serious injuries have been reported with the use insulin pumps associated with the damaged cap, but not all have been directly correlated to this issue based on review with independent clinical experts. Damaged battery cap contacts could potentially lead to those events as explained above.

Recall start date: June 2, 2022

Additional information

Original published date:
Alert / recall type
Health product recall
Health products - Medical devices - General hospital and personal use

Medtronic Minimed

18000 Devonshire St., Northridge, California, United States, 91325

Published by
Health Canada
General public
Recall class
Type II
Identification number