Presumably the FDA were the ones who allowed those devices to be marketed in the first place.
There's not much the front-line biomed can do about stuff like that.
Meanwhile, I have always cautioned against the Great Rush Forward to embrace whatever wuss-o-rama
new technology is the current flavour of the month. Techniques used in medical equipment should be solid (well engineered, proven and resilient). After all, we are dealing with people's well-being (and sometimes their lives) - not the latest iPhone updates, or ticking "Likes" on social media.
A decade or more ago, adding wireless capability to huge amount[s] of medical equipment looked like an easy win for convenience.
Unfortunately, security was low on the priority list and based on too many assumptions about likelihood and motive.
Organisations like the FDA are meant to be protecting us from such idiocy.
However - we can
(and should) always be on the look-out for security breaches "nearer to home", of the type I have mentioned.