It really doesn’t sound like a question we need to be asking because it should be a matter of common sense. Shouldn’t any medical device that is permanently implanted in the human body be put through a high degree of scrutiny for safety and efficacy so we don’t have to test it […]
A review by the FDA finds no additional risk of myocardial infarcation (MI) or a heart attack when Pradaxa (dabigatran) is compared to Coumadin (warfarin). An MI occurs when blood suddenly stops flowing to parts of the heart injuring the heart muscle. This latest study is trying to push Pradaxa as the drug […]
We’ve previously written about the 2012 meningitis outbreak caused by contaminated drugs originating from the New England Compounding Pharmacy (NECC). The meningitis outbreak from these tainted steroids was linked to 64 deaths and hundreds of injuries. The outbreak was severe enough to prompt the creation of a slew of new […]
The lawyers at Searcy Denney are pursuing lawsuits on behalf of patients who have suffered significant injuries as a result of taking ACTOS, Avandia, and other defective and dangerous drugs. Contact our Actos law firm today to learn how we can help.
The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) recently published an “information statement” for patients who have been affected by the recent metal-on-metal (MoM) hip disaster. The statement is not a rigorous academic analysis of the current situation with MoM hips, but it does provide a fantastic resource for patients who […]
Testosterone is the new big drug on the market. Marketed to men with low T, a vague illness with even vaguer symptoms, there has been a recent explosion in its use. In line with this explosion are also the vast amounts of ways one can take testosterone, either as a […]