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New Study: IVC Filters Possibly Over Used in Managed Care

Research findings released by Humana Inc. suggest that inferior vena cava (IVC) filters may be overused among managed care populations...

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New Bellwether Schedule Issued in Bard IVC Filter Litigation

The multidistrict litigation (MDL) established for lawsuits filed by plaintiffs alleging that C.R. Bard’s retrievable vena cava (IVC) filters caused...

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Man Who Developed PE Despite IVC Filter Files Suit

A Texas man who had an Option ELITE Retrievable Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) filter surgically implanted in 2015 to prevent...

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Early Bard IVC Filter Recipient Files Lawsuit

One of the first recipients of a Bard Eclipse Vena Cava filter in 2010 has filed a lawsuit alleging filter...

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First IVC Filter Case Against Cook Medical Will Likely be Tried in 2017

A year-and-a-half ago, Cook Medical faced approximately 100 IVC filter lawsuits, but as of now, more than 1,000 defective product...

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Patient Has Potentially Dangerous IVC Filter Removed – Finally

A Canadian man who had been previously told that he would likely have to live with an IVC filter stuck...

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Discovery Schedule Proposed in Bard IVC Filter Litigation

A discovery schedule has been proposed in the Bard IVC filter lawsuits that have been consolidated in multidistrict litigation (MDL)...

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Bard Eclipse Lawsuit Alleges IVC Filter Perforated Vena Cava

A Mississippi man filed a lawsuit against C.R. Bard in December 2015 alleging that the Bard Eclipse inferior vena cava...

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IVC Filters- A Story of Corporate Greed?

NBC Nightly News aired their 3rd story on the dangers of the IVC blood clot filter (link below). It questions...

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Study Questions Actual Worth of IVC Filters for Trauma Patients

A recent medical study published in the October 2015 issue of the Annals of Surgery takes a closer look at...

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