FDA Class I Recall: Liko Multirall 200 overhead lift due to failure to properly attach q-link strap lock

Feb. 23, 2021

Hillrom is recalling the Liko Multirall 200 Overhead Lift due to customer reports that the Q-link strap lock does not attach to the S65 carriage hook as it should, announced the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in a medical device recall. The FDA has identified this as a Class I recall, the most serious type of recall because use of these devices may cause serious injuries or death.

The Liko Multirall 200 Overhead Lift is a general-purpose lift to move patients from room to room. This lift is part of the Multirall 200 overhead lift system which has an overhead lift motor, the S65 rail carriage hook, and a Q-link strap. The multirall system is used in healthcare settings like nursing homes, rehabilitation facilities and hospitals.

Multirail 200 attached to S65 rail carriage hook. Correct versus incorrect attachment of Q-link strap lock of Multirail 200 to S65 rail carriage hook. If the strap lock does not attach, the motor or the patient may fall. Use of the affected product may cause adverse events such as serious injury and death.

Recalled products include:

Hillrom Liko Multirall 200 Overhead Lift 

Model Number, Product Codes, Catalog or Lot numbers: Liko Multirall 200 (product number 3130001) and attachments (see the FDA notice)

Manufacturing Dates: 12/2000 to 10/2020

Distribution Dates: December 17, 2000 to October 1, 2020, Devices Recalled in the U.S.: 11,600

FDA has the recall.