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Sep 13

Medical Malpractice Lawyers Say Defibrillator Patients with Damaged Leads Face Difficult Decisions

By Joe Messa

Medical malpractice lawyers previously reported that patients who have defibrillators with defective Riata wires, also called leads, have tough choices to make regarding their health. Heart device specialists say they aren’t even sure how to treat patients with defective leads. Leaving the damaged wires in is dangerous, but the removing them poses its own set […]

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Apr 11

Medical Malpractice Attorneys Question the Safety of Implanted Riata Heart Devices as Doctors Weigh Risks in Removing Them

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Medical Malpractice Attorneys Question the Safety of Implanted Riata Heart Devices as Doctors Weigh Risks in Removing Them Medical malpractice attorneys report that Concerns about St. Jude Medical’s Riata heart device continue as doctors try to determine how to manage patients who have the defective defibrillators. The Riata leads as well as the Riata ST […]

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Mar 28

Medical Malpractice Lawyers Concerned About Additional Risks Related to St. Jude Medical’s Heart Device

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Medical Malpractice Lawyers Concerned About Additional Risks Related to St. Jude Medical’s Heart Device Medical malpractice lawyers at Messa & Associates recently discovered the results of a study, reported by the American College of Cardiology, that revealed that St. Jude Medical’s Riata wires may have additional defects. According to the study, the wires have multiple […]

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