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Alleged Bard IVC Filter Failure Lawsuits Update: Resource4thePeople Reports New Cases Continue To Be Filed
Date:5/11/2013

a respected medical group has responded** to concerns generated by consumers has increased the number of allegations we are receiving about serious side effects from problems with Bard IVC Filters,” said Resource4thePeople.

Consumer inquiries also have been generated by the announcement of a reevaluation about the safety of IVC filters from the Food and Drug Administration Aug. 9, 2010, *** said Resource4thePeople.

The professional peer group medical review is being launched by The Society of Interventional Radiology and Society for Vascular Surgery,** which announced Feb. 13, 2013 that it will form a task force to measure the health risk of IVC filters to patients.

"The fact that a respected medical society and the FDA are both raising concerns about the safety of IVC filters has generated a great deal of patient concern and questions to us about the availability of legal advice," said Resource4thePeople.

"One of the devices mentioned frequently in the listing of over 900 Adverse Event Reports by the FDA is the C.R. Bard Filter, said Resource4thePeople.

IVC filters -- inferior vena cava filters -- are medical devices that are designed to prevent blood clots in patients at risk for a pulmonary embolism in cases in which an anticoagulant is contraindicated or proven ineffective.

The FDA's warning issued to health care professionals and consumers reports that serious health problems can occur on these spider-like devices when the legs that extend from it to block clots break off.

What can then occur, according to the FDA is that these broken parts from the filter may travel to other parts of the body and cause serious problems such as lower limb deep vein thrombosis (DVT), filter fracture, filter migration, filter embolization and IVC perforation.

Resource4thePeople notes that another recent lawsuit filed by a patient who had Bard IVC filters implanted in their bodies is one**** that
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