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Dangerous Drug Issues: Antibiotics and Nerve Damage

03/31/2022
Defective Drugs
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Antibiotics are among the most common—and most important—medications used in modern society. They are used to prevent and treat an extremely broad range of infections, many of which present life-threatening risks. Unfortunately, like other types of medicines, antibiotics also present some risks of their own. For example, the U.S. Food […]

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Avandia Linked to Cardiovascular Issues, Heart Attacks

03/24/2022
Defective Drugs
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Rosiglitazone (marketed under the trade name Avandia) is an antidiabetic drug that is used for the treatment of patients with type 2 diabetes. It is one of several antidiabetic drugs sold in the United States—along with Avandamet, Avandaryl, and metformin with sulfonylurea. While the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) […]

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MCS, Novation and Acumatch Hip Implants Recalled Due to Premature Deterioration

03/17/2022
Defective Medical Devices
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  Exactech, Inc., a medical device manufacturer headquartered in Gainesville, has recalled nearly 90,000 hip implant devices due to concerns of premature deterioration. The recall—which applies to the company’s MCS, Novation and Acumatch hip implant devices containing the company’s Connexion GXL liner—comes after two independent studies concluded that the synthetic […]

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The Dangers of Boating Under the Influence (BUI)

03/17/2022
Boating Accidents
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Boating is a popular activity in the Sunshine State. Many tourists and local residents enjoy recreational boating activities each year in the tropical Florida waters by taking part in activities such as sailing, speed boating, and skiing, among others. When vessels are operated safely, they can be an enjoyable and […]

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