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Category: Defective Medical Devices

Nuvaring and Increased Risk of Blood Clots

02/15/2012
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Women who are trying to make decisions about a safe and effective form of birth control are having a hard time these days. On the heels of reports that Yaz, Bayer’s number one selling oral birth control pill was linked to abnormally high incidence of blood clotting disorders, it is […]

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Are Treatments for Osteoporosis Sometimes Worse Than the Disease?

02/14/2012
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Bisphosphonates are widely prescribed medications for the treatment and/or prevention of osteoporosis.  The first bisphosphonate (Fosamax, also known as alendronate) for the prevention and/or treatment of osteoporosis was approved for the U.S. market in 1995.  Since that time, four bisphosphonate molecular entities (alendronate sodium, risedronate sodium, ibandronate sodium, and zoledronic […]

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Serious Injury and Surgical Mesh Products

01/31/2012
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A personal injury lawsuit was filed by Searcy Denney’s Mass Tort unit against Bard and Davol, one of the largest manufacturers of hernia mesh surgical products in the world. The case was filed on behalf of a Pompano Beach, Florida woman who suffered significant complications after the recalled hernia mesh […]

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Davol, Inc. and Abdominal Mesh

01/31/2012
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Brenda Fulmer, a partner in the Mass Tort Unit of Searcy Denney, has filed an individual lawsuit on behalf of an Islamorada businessman against hernia mesh manufacturer Davol, Inc., a division of C.R. Bard. This defective medical product case involves a hernia mesh patch that failed to perform as intended, […]

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