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  • Baby Spinach Recalled
    Washington, DC: Ready Pac Foods, Inc. Irwindale, CA, is recalling 702 cases of the Baby Spinach variety of Spinach Temptations 6 oz. bagged salads with Useby Dates of July 4 with Product Code 11707B, IR127121 and July 8 with Product Code 12007B, IR130373 because they could be contaminated by E. coli O157:H7. The recall extends only to products...
  • Why so many Catheters Recalled?
    Sep-27-17 Santa Cruz, CA: Another catheter was recalled last week, and this one got a Class 1 recall category, meaning the most serious kind. The FDA recalled a bridge occlusion balloon catheter “due to the possibility of blocked guidewire lumen in select device units”. The Bridge Occlusion Balloon Catheter, made by Spectranetics, is design...
  • Heart Surgery Patient Blames Stockert 3T Heater-Cooler System for Infections
    Aug-22-17 Toronto, ON: Four years ago David had triple bypass heart surgery and he has been suffering from infections ever since. “Nobody could tell us why he was getting so many infections, until we got a letter from the hospital that said this Stockert 3T heater-cooler system used during surgery is linked to a rare bacterial infection,” says Shelly,...
  • FDA Issues Safety Alert for Soladek Vitamin Solution
    Washington, DC: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a safety alert stating that tested samples of Soladek Vitamin Solution contained levels of vitamin A and vitamin D that were many times the recommended daily allowances for these vitamins. Intake of excessively high levels of these vitamins poses a risk to human health. Symptoms of...
  • Ninth Circuit Champions Wrongly Denied Disability Claimant
    Jun-8-18 Los Angeles, CA In Bowlin v. The Prudential Life Insurance Company of America , the United States District Court for the Central District of California overruled Prudential’s decision to deny long term disability benefits to a worker who gave evidence of many physical and psychological ailments. Bowlin is something of a rarity in long term deni...
  • Proposed Partial Settlement in Hurricane Flooding Class Action
    A notification program about a proposed partial settlement began today to alert those affected by flooding due to any failures or overtopping of levees that occurred within the Parishes of Jefferson, Orleans, Plaquemines and St. Bernard, Louisiana resulting from Hurricane Katrina and/or Hurricane Rita. Under the settlement, a settlement fund worth appr...
  • Patient With IVC Filter Gets Good News
    Nov-7-16 Ottawa, ON: A Canadian patient who had an IVC filter implanted and was told it could not be removed has reportedly had surgery to have the device taken out. The patient received the inferior vena cava filter to prevent a blood clot from making its way to his heart or lungs, but was told by doctors the device had migrated, making it too risky to move. A...
  • St. Jude Battery Failure, Delayed Recall and it all comes down to Money
    Sep-28-17 Santa Cruz, CA: The battery seems to have run out, so to speak, on St. Jude’s recall process. The company made a change to its battery design back in 2015 but didn’t acknowledge the reasoning behind the design—until the lithium battery defects were confirmed internally. The FDA finally initiated a Class I recall (the most seri...
  • Stryker Accolade Hip Replacement Lawsuit News & Legal Information
    Attorneys are investigating possible Stryker Accolade lawsuits , alleging patients were harmed by defective hip implants. Although Stryker Accolade has reportedly been linked to an increased risk of metallosis, some studies also suggest the Stryker Accolade is linked to a risk of spontaneous dissociation, in which the femoral head comes loose from the st...
  • The Recalled Fetch 2 Aspiration Catheter Received FDA 510(k) Clearance
    Oct-8-17 Washington, DC: When the Fetch 2 Aspiration Catheter was originally launched by Bayer Medical Care Inc., (Bayer), there was no shortage of platitudes which, sometime later presented as a stark contrast to the eventual global recall that resulted in many a lawsuit amidst allegations of defective catheters causing injury . &ldquo...
  • Bair Hugger Lawsuits Continue to Climb
    Nov-14-16 St. Paul, MN: In a little over a month the number of Bair Hugger warming blanket lawsuits have increased by over 100. According to court filings, there were 693 federal cases housed in multidistrict litigation on September 15 of this year. That number had increased to 809 cases by October 17, the most recent information available. With three days to go...
  • Airbag Injuries and Defective Airbags Getting More Complicated
    May-12-17 Kansas City, MO: Recent reports of airbag injuries suffered by a young woman in an older-model car that had been in an accident and returned to the road with a replacement airbag , together with media reports originating from Kansas City with regard to recycled airbags , points to an entirely new issue with recalled airbags, and accompanying airb...
  • $2M Awarded in First Federal Transvaginal Mesh Injury Lawsuit
    Atlanta, GA: A jury hearing the first transvaginal mesh personal injury lawsuit has awarded the plaintiff $2 million in damages. In her lawsuit, Donna Cisson alleges that the mesh, one of the line of Avaulta transvaginal mesh products made by C.R. Bard Inc, which she had surgically implanted, caused her bleeding and pain. The Avaulta trans...
  • You Can Easily Trace a Car’s History, but Not Necessarily Their Parts
    Oct-27-17 Hoboken, NJ: Amongst the steady stream of media reports decrying the emerging issue of recycled airbag injuries and their relationship to recalled airbags inexplicably returned to circulation, is a television report produced by News 12 New Jersey (06/07/17). While injuries attributed to defective, original-equipment airbags have been an issue for som...
  • Health Alert Issued for Various Ready-To-Eat Deli Meat Products
    Washington, DC: The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is issuing a public health alert for various ready-to-eat deli meat products because they may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. Products exported to the United States include, but are not limited to, the following: "Casa Italia Gastronom...
  • Byetta: Diabetes Drug Suspected in Acute Pancreatitis
    Oct-17-07 Washington, DC Yet another diabetes drug has come under fire, after it was revealed yesterday that Byetta , manufactured and distributed by Eli Lilly and Amylin Pharmaceuticals, could be linked to acute pancreatitis in some patients. Pancreatitis can develop quickly and most often subsides quickly in most patients. However, this inflammation of the...
  • Health Canada Recalls Certain Stryker Hip Lots
    Nov-1-16 Ottawa, ON: Health Canada has stepped ahead of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), in announcing a recall of certain lots of components associated with the Stryker Accolade hip replacement devices. Specifically, the agency recalled units of the LFIT Anatomic COCR V40TM and COCR LFIT femoral heads, manufactured before 2011. The recall was ann...
  • Nigeria Issues Stevens Johnson Syndrome Alert
    May-27-16 Washington, DC: Highlighting how little is still understood about Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS) , officials in Nigeria issued an alert, warning patients to be careful of their medication use after reports of a Stevens Johnson Syndrome-related death. Africa News (5/14/16) reports that officials warned patients that SJS is often a reaction to medicatio...
  • Pentax targeted by FDA Safety Update in January
    Mar-21-17 Washington, DC: In a move that would provide little cheer for any patient either infected, or concerned about potential infection from endoscope infection , the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in January updated the safety information for a product from Pentax Medical, and the potential for increased risk of infection. According to FDA reports...
  • Healthcare Whistleblowers Protect Patients' Rights
    Jan-20-17 Marion, NC: Patients rely on doctors, medical centers, and healthcare companies to ensure the treatment they receive is safe and lives up to strict regulations. But sometimes healthcare companies attempt to get around the rules, putting the health and lives of their patients at risk. In those cases, healthcare whistleblowers —the people who know o...
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