The first few cases alleging injuries related to Cook Medical’s inferior vena cava (IVC) filters have now received trial dates. The patients who claim they have suffered injuries from the filters will get their day in court, reports the Indianapolis Business Journal. The first case is scheduled for Oct. 2 of this year for a Florida woman who had a Celect retrievable filter surgically implanted seven years ago. The Celect filter is comprised of four anchoring legs to keep the device in place, and eight caging legs to catch blood clots before they reach her heart or lungs. The woman returned ... Read More
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