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A man who was injured by C.R. Bard's only IVC filter left on the market has filed a lawsuit claiming that it is defective and dangerous. The filter was re-designed to prevent fractures, but some patients have required open-heart surgery...
It is dangerous to implant a metal filter in the inferior vena cava (IVC) because the filter's needle-like wire legs can snap off, travel in the bloodstream, puncture the heart, or cause sudden death.
A man who was injured by a blood clot filter has filed a lawsuit against C.R. Bard, joining more than 1,100 other people in a consolidated litigation in Arizona.
A woman who was injured by an IVC filter made by C.R. Bard has joined a federal litigation involving over 800 lawsuits.