As many IVC patients like you know, Bard, a large medical device manufacturer, is the defendant against several victim-plaintiffs who experienced an injury as a result of their inferior vena cava (IVC) filter. Injury types vary, but some of the most widespread and disconcerting include hemorrhage, persistent pain, and tissue or vessel perforation.
Specifically, one of the most common problems reported by IVC filter patients is that their treatment plan required a prolonged or permanent IVC filters in their blood vessel. The reality of the device, however, is that it was originally designed as a temporary solution, not a permanent one.
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