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Patients Who Received an Implantable Catheter Device and then Suffered Injuries, May Be Entitled To Significant Compensation!

Patients and families of patients who received a Bard PowerPort implantable catheter and then suffered complications may be entitled to Significant Financial Compensation. Check now!





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Patients who received an Implantable Catheter may be entitled to Significant Financial Compensation.

Patient Lawsuits Mount Over Implantable Catheter Injuries

An Implantable Catheter, such as the Bard PowerPort and Port-a-Cath, is inserted under the skin of the chest to allow easy access to the bloodstream for medication, nutrition, or blood transfusion. However, some patients have reported serious injuries from the device, including but not limited to:

DEVICE FRACTURE AND MIGRATION: The catheter may crack or break, causing pieces of it to travel through the bloodstream and potentially cause organ damage or perforation. Device fracturing usually requires surgery to remove the broken pieces, repair the damage, and remove the defective device.

INFECTION: The port or the catheter may become infected. The catheter is coated with a mixture of barium sulfate that breaks down upon contact with your bloodstream, degrading the catheter and harboring bacteria. This can cause fever, chills, redness, swelling, pain, or pus around the port site. In severe cases, the infection may spread to other parts of the body. Infection often requires antibiotic treatment and removal of the defective device.

These injuries can cause pain, disability, or even loss of life. We can help you hold the manufacturer accountable for its negligence and work to create positive change in the industry that may prevent other patients from being harmed in the future.      

Did the Manufacturer Fail to Warn of Risks?

The manufacturer of the Bard Power Port, C.R. Bard, Inc., has been accused of selling a defective product and failing to warn patients and doctors of the potential risks. Lawsuits have been filed against the company alleging that it knew or should have known of the dangers of its device and that it concealed or downplayed the evidence of harm. 

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Contact us now to find out if you qualify for a Bard PowerPort lawsuit. Our attorney team will do a free case review and advise you on your legal options. We can help you recover damages for your medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other losses. We can help you hold the defendants accountable for their negligence.

When you work with us, you don't pay us anything unless we win your case. Contact us now to learn more, including if you are eligible for significant financial compensation.

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