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Medtronic Catheter Recall Lawsuit

              The Sutureless Connector intrathecal catheter and the IsoMed constant-flow fusion pump, when combined, has now been classified as a Class 1 recall by the FDA. The recall was issued after a statement was issued by Medtronic Inc. warning of the risks posed by the catheter and the infusion pump when the two are used together.

              Because the Infusion pump and the catheter only pose a risk when they are combined they are still able to be produced. The products are also only considered Class 1 recalled when they are combined since they pose no risk when used separately. The recall is about the SC Catheter and Revision Kit models 8709SC, 8731SC, 8578SC, and 8596SC when combined with model 8472 IsoMed Pump. The IsoMed Pump model 8472 was discontinued in September of 2008.

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DePuy Hip Replacement  Implant Lawsuit

Johnson and Johnson DePuy  hip recall

Class action lawsuit update
With the increased risk of cancer from Cromium and Cobalt toxcicity exposure in DePuy hip implants being added to the long list of injuries associated with the defective Johnson and Johnson DePuy hip implants,that were targeted towards young small and active patients as well as women, we are happy to announce that the lead attorney handling all  Johnson DePuy hip implant class action law suites  has conformed  that each and every   DePuy hip implant case submitted will be excepted for  individual review by the lead attorney himself






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Baby Crib Recall Lawsuit

              The death of an infant has caused more Simplicity Drop side cribs to be recalled. The recall involves 400,000 Simplicity Drop Side Cribs that were made in Reading, Pennsylvania by Simplicity Inc. and SFCA Inc.

The company has been involved in major crib recalls in the past including the 1 million Simplicity and Graco cribs recalled in September of 2007 for a flaw in the design of the cribs that allowed the drop rail to be installed upside down. These cribs were the cause of two children’s death before finally being recalled. In April of 2009 the recall was expanded to include another 600,000 cribs that involved a different, newer style of plastic hardware from the cribs that were recalled in 2007. The newer hardware is identified by a flexible tab at the top of the lower tracks. Some of the model numbers included in the recall were: 8050, 8325, 8620, 8745, 8748, 8755, 8756, 8765, 8778, 8810, 8994, 8995, and 8996 and were sold nationwide by mass merchandisers, department stores, and children stores. They were sold From January of 2005 through until June 2009 for between 150 dollars and 300 dollars.

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Darvocet Recall Side Effects Class Action Lawsuit

Darvon Recall Side Effects Class Action Lawsuit

Darvocet Recall LawsuitDarvocet Darvon has caused an estimated 1000 to 2000 deaths in the United States since 2005.

Darvocet side effects and Darvocet recall related Darvon side effects were instrumental in the ban and recall of the pain management drugs.



Darvocet interferes with the electrical activity of the heart causing irregular heart rhythm as well as other heart related side effects.

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Valproate Lawsuit Side Effects

              Valproate sodium is sodium salt of valproic acid designated as sodium 2-propylpentanoate and has a molecular weight of 166.2. It is a white and odorless, crystalline, deliquescent powder. Valproate sodium is an ingredient used in a drug called Depacon. The Depacon solution is available in 5mL single-dose vials for intravenous injection and each mL contains valporate sodium equal to 100mg valporic acid and .40mg of edentate disodium.

              Valproate sodium is in Depacon to assist monotherapy and adjunctive therapy in treatment of patients with complex partiel sezures that take place alone or in association with other types of seizures.

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