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Implanted Port-a-Cath Devices: Side Effect Risks and Injury Lawsuits

Implanted port-a-cath devices, also known as port catheters, are commonly used in the medical field for a variety of purposes such as intravenous therapy, blood transfusions, and the administration of medications. These devices provide a central access point for medical treatments, reducing the need for repeated needle sticks and minimizing the risk of vein damage. […]

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Bard Implantable Port Lawsuit: A Closer Look at Port-a-Caths and Their Risks

In recent years, there has been a significant increase in the number of product liability lawsuits related to Bard implantable port devices, commonly known as port-a-caths. Port-a-caths, manufactured by companies like Becton, Dickinson and Company, C.R. Bard, and Bard Access Systems, are designed to facilitate the delivery of medication and fluids to patients through an

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Pulmonary Embolism, Migration to the Heart Leads to Bard Infuse-A-Port Lawsuit

In the world of medical treatments, port-a-caths, also known as implantable ports or subcutaneous ports, have become a common tool for delivering medications and fluids directly into a patient’s bloodstream. These devices, which are implanted under the skin, provide healthcare professionals with easy access to a patient’s veins, making treatments such as chemotherapy more convenient

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IUD Fracture an Increasing Problem with Paragard

More and more women are coming forward with stories about Paragard birth control devices that broke apart after implantation or during removal and left IUD fragments inside their bodies. The Paragard IUD has been on the market in the United States for more than 30 years, but the device has made headlines recently because of

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