“It felt like having a horse inside you trying to kick its way out of your chest,” says Bill Storms of Delaware, Ohio, describing what it felt like when the Medtronic cardiac defibrillator implanted in his chest began malfunctioning and sending electrical jolts through his body. The 38-year-old truck driver said his device misfired 138 times over a five-hour period before the device was eventually turned off. Storms is just one of many individuals who were injured when the Sprint Fidelis leads attached to a defibrillator fractured and malfunctioned. Medtronic voluntarily suspended distribution of the Sprint Fidelis Leads in 2007, ... Read More
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