Bard IVC Filter Claims
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The Bard Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) Filter
Dangerous Devices: RecoveryTM & G2TM
Dangerous Product Reports
The use of these defective devices has lead to numerous reports of serious problems and, in some cases, even death. The legs, or struts, of these devices are known to fracture and migrate to vital organs elsewhere in the body where they may puncture tissue, causing major damage needing immediate attention.
The RecoveryTM IVC filter was approved by the FDA in 2002 and was available to purchase and use in 2003. In 2005, Bard Peripheral Vascular withdrew it from the market because of the high rates of fracture and migration causing the life threatening conditions mentioned above.
The G2TM IVC Filter
They are implanted through a catheter via a needle puncture of the skin to access either the femoral vein or the jugular vein.
Bard Peripheral Vascular is based in Murray Hill, New Jersey. The two defective and unreasonably dangerous medical devices that they manufacturer are the Bard Peripheral Vascular Recovery (RecoveryTM) and the G2 Filter (G2TM).
Failure of the RecoveryTM or G2TM IVC Filters can lead to:
Constant severe pain in the heart, chest, or elsewhere
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