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Thursday, October 29, 2009

Defibrillator Recalls

My father in law had stents put in his arteries not too long ago. The ones in his neck were so clogged up; he easily could have had a stroke. The doctor is going to check out the rest of his arteries as well and, if need be, undertake steps to prevent a future heart attack.

It is incredible what all they can do these days. Technology in medical science has advanced with leaps and bounds. That does not mean that all goes well. Some devices might turn out not working correctly like defibrillators, which can lead to a Defibrillator Lead Recall.

You have to be able to rely on a defibrillator to sustain your 'lifeline' so to speak. It is supposed to be for the best and not for the worst. It can occur that one is not doing a good job and needs to be replaced, but if it happens on several occasions it is best to assume all could be Defective Defibrillator Leads.

When it comes to a person's health, no one can afford to take a risk. Life is way too precious to experiment with and if it is already proven that a life sustaining device shows deficiencies, it is better to recall all of them.

Yes, it may be a great inconvenience for the manufacturer, but it is for the patients' well being. It is a matter of life and death and a little inconvenience is nothing compared to a Defibrillator Lead Lawsuit!


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