A medical device known as the IVC filter – an inferior vena cava filter – is a spider-like device designed to prevent pulmonary embolism. It is inserted into the vena cava, the largest vein in the body, and the device is supposed to trap potential blood clots in the legs of the cage. It is specifically supposed to help patients that cannot take blood thinner medications, but with alarming risks. The retrievable filters such as the G2 Express, an updated version of the problematic G2 filter made by C.R. Bard, have proven to be faulty in design. The legs are ... Read More
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