What is the VenaTech LGM IVC Filter?
VenaTech LGM IVC filters were designed as a permanent vena cava filter to prevent blood clots and pulmonary embolism. These Bard IVC filters have been discontinued; however, thousands of patients remain implanted with the potentially dangerous device.
These retrievable IVC filters were first developed and released in France by LG Medical; the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the filter in 1989.
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PRESERVE IVC Filter Study
The PRESERVE clinical trial began enrolling patients in December 2015, and includes approximately 2,100 IVC filter placement patients across the United States -- including about 300 implanted with the B. Braun VenaTech IVC filter. Researchers in the ongoing study will track patient outcomes to determine the safety and effectiveness of many types of permanent IVC filters.
- IVC Filter Fracture
- IVC Perforation, Puncture or Serious Damage to the Heart, Lungs or Vena Cava
- Internal Bleeding
- Blood clot
- Deep Venous Thrombosis
- Cardiac or Pericardial Tamponade
- Ventricle Tachycardia
- Lower Limb DVT
- Hematoma or Nerve Injury at the Puncture Site
- Constant and Severe Pain in the Heart, Chest or Elsewhere in the Body
- Pulmonary Embolism
Retrievable Inferior Vena Cava Filter Lawsuit Allegations
Thousands of individual and class action product liability lawsuits have been filed against B. Braun and other IVC filter manufacturers for compensation over blood clots that patients suffered after receiving the retrievable filters. Allegations of wrongdoing against these manufacturers include:
- The filters have design and manufacturing defects.
- IVC filter makers failed to warn patients of the potentially serious IVC filter risks (including blood clot and fracture of the filter leg) of these medical devices.
- IVC filter makers breached the implied warranty on the IVC filters.
- Manufacturers and marketing companies promoting these devices were negligent.
- B. Braun IVC Filter Suit
- Tempofilter IVC Filter Lawsuit
- Tempofilter II IVC Filter Litigation
- VenaTech LP IVC Filter Lawsuit
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Get a Free VenaTech LGM IVC Filter Lawsuit Evaluation With Our Lawyers
The Medical Device Litigation Group at our law firm is an experienced team of trial lawyers that focus on the representation of plaintiffs in VenaTech LGM IVC filter lawsuits. We are handling individual litigation nationwide and currently accepting new IVC filter cases in all 50 states.
Free Confidential VenaTech LGM IVC Filter Lawsuit Evaluation: If you or a loved one has had a Bard IVC filter implanted, you should contact our law firm immediately. Our lawyers are evaluating every individual case regardless of whether you have been injured or not. So, if you have received a VenaTech blood clot filter, we would like to speak with you. You may be entitled to financial compensation by filing a VenaTech LGM IVC Filter Lawsuit against the manufacturer and our lawyers can help.