Medtronic Infuse Off Label Use
Legal Help for Victims of Medtronic Infuse Injuries

If you or a love one suffered a serious injury following treatment with the Medtronic Infuse bone graft, you may be entitled to receive compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages by filing a Medtronic Infuse lawsuit. To discuss your case with one of our Medtronic Infuse injury lawyers, please fill out our online form or call 1-800 YOUR LAWYER (1-800-968-7529) today.

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Medtronic Infuse Off-Label Use

Medtronic Inc.'s Infuse bone graft product has been associated with serious injuries in many patients, especially when it is used in off-label procedures. The Medtronic Infuse injury lawyers at Parker Waichman LLP are currently investigating potential lawsuits on behalf of people who have suffered life-threatening injuries following surgery with Infuse, including: 

  • Ectopic or uncontrolled bone growth at or near the site of the surgery
  • Ongoing or chronic radiating pain in the legs or arms
  • Male sterility, retrograde ejaculation, or other uro-genital injuries
  • Nerve injuries causing severe and chronic pain
  • Cancer

Medtronic Infuse Side Effects Lawsuits

Lawsuits allege that surgeons with financial ties to Medtronic promoted the use of Infuse for unapproved procedues. It has also been alleged that Medtronic downplayed many of the side effects associated with off-label use of Infuse.

  • Financial Ties
  • Promoted Unofficial Uses
  • Downplayed Side Effects
  • Violated The Trust of Patients


 

                         Infuse Bone Graft
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Medtronic’s Infuse bone graft system consists of the LT-Cage Device, which is filled with a genetically engineered material that stimulates bone growth.

 

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                         Facing Litigations
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Medtronic currently faces several investigations, including one launched by the U.S. Justice Department in 2008 about unapproved Infuse uses.

 

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                         Third Party Studies
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In June 2011, a study published in The Spine Journal disclosed that Medtronic-paid researchers had failed to report serious complications from Infuse.

 

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