Blog Posts in September, 2009

  • Tysabri Injury Lawyers

    Tysabri Leads to Rare and Deadly Disease Tysabri is a drug that is used to treat relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis , a disease of the nervous system in which the body's immune response attacks one's central nervous system. Tysabri is also marketed to treat severely active Crohn's disease, a disease in which the body's immune system attacks the gastrointestinal tract. Thousands of users each ...
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  • Urgent Recall of Portex Pediatric Tracheal Tubes!

    Portex Pediatric Tracheal Tubes were urgently recalled by the U.S Food & Drug Administration and their manufacturer Smiths Medical on September 11, 2009. These tubes, sizes 2.0, 3.0 and 3.5mm, are used in tracheotomies for children, or during surgery in which a tracheal tube is inserted into a child's windpipe to aid with breathing and removal of secretions. The recall of Portex Pediatric Tracheal ...
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