Ohio product liability lawyer and medical device defect attorney reviews injury claims and lawsuits involving defective catheters for plaintiffs nationwide
Medical device manufacturers and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have both initiated recalls for defective catheters after medical reports of serious health complications linked to catheter defect and device failure.
Following injury, plaintiffs and product liability attorneys have filed claims against device manufacturers for alleged negligence, improper pre-market testing, and distributing unsafe medical devices.
Defective catheters have been recalled for separation risks, breakage, and perforating blood vessels, leading to serious injury and death. Catheters are most commonly recalled after causing complications during medical procedures like administering medication, injecting contrast dye, and removing blood clots.
When a catheter is defective, it may not function as intended, and may not drain fluids as designed, causing serious health problems. Broken catheters or separating catheters can lead to fragments of the device left in a patient’s body or bloodstream.
Joe Lyon is an experienced Ohio medical device defect lawyer and product liability attorney investigating injury claims linked to defective catheters for plaintiffs nationwide.
Defective Catheter Recalls
- Cook Medical Catheter
- Boston Scientific Fetch 2 Aspiration Catheter
- Innervision Snap Shunt Ventricular Catheter
- BioGlide and Snap Shunt Ventricular Catheter
- Angiodynamics Soft Vu Omni Flush Angiographic Catheters
- Vascular Solutions Twin-Pass Dual Access Catheters
- Abbott POWERSAIL® Coronary Dilatation Catheters
- Acclarent Inspira AIR Balloon Dilation System
- AngioSculpt EX Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary Angioplasty (PTCA) catheters
- Multi-Med Single Lumen Catheters
- Fire Star RX and Dura Star RX coronary balloon catheters
- OriGen Biomedical OriGen
- Penumbra Neuron 5F Select Catheter
- Spectranetics Catheter
- Teleflex Medical Arrow Arterial Embolectomy Catheter
- Cook Medical Transseptal Needles
Patient Injury & Catheter Defects
Some common injuries reported in defective catheter adverse events can include:
- Heart attack
- Blood clot
- Organ damage
- Emergency surgery
- Air embolism
- Blood loss
- Cardiac arrest
Defective Catheters & Medical Device Litigation
Due to longstanding loopholes in the FDA medical device approval process, many defective medical products injure patients each year. As a result, injured plaintiffs and product liability attorneys are forcing medical device companies to claim responsibility and compensate those affected.
The Lyon Firm works with medical experts to determine the root cause of a medical injury, and reviews defective medical device recalls for injured plaintiffs nationwide.
If you or a loved one has suffered an injury due to a defective medical device and have questions about the legal remedies available to improve quality of life and medical care, contact The Lyon Firm at (800) 513-2403. You will speak directly with Mr. Lyon, and he will help you answer critical questions regarding defective catheters and related lawsuits.