Notification of Stolen Toshiba Diagnostic Imaging Systems
Toshiba America Medical Systems, Inc. is working with law enforcement officials to recover diagnostic imaging systems and equipment that were stolen out of a shipping truck on July 6, 2012 in Jacksonville, Fla. The two stolen systems are an Aquilion 16 CT system (TSX-101A/LN, SN: 1BA1154813) and an Aplio 500 ultrasound system (TUS-A300/W1, SN W1D1242718). In addition, three ultrasound transducers were stolen (PVT-661VT, SN: 99B1255891; PLT-1204BT, SN: A1263235 and PVT-375BT/FS, SN: FSA1244024).
Anyone who has information about the stolen equipment, or has received suspicious or unsolicited offers for the specified products, is encouraged to contact the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Center for Devices and Radiological Health, Office of Compliance at (301) 796-5500.
Toshiba's policy is to only sell its products to licensed healthcare facilities through Toshiba sales representatives and/or licensed Toshiba partners. Toshiba reminds the public that medical exams should only be conducted by licensed healthcare providers in accredited facilities. Toshiba has a system in place to secure its property and shipments and is working closely with authorities on this investigation.
Inquires or information related to this incident should be directed to the Operations Department at Toshiba America Medical Systems, Inc. (800) 421-1968.