Latest Anoka County, Minnesota Stories

2012-09-08 23:04:20

INFUSE Bone Graft Manufacturer Medtronic Unsuccessful in Getting Summary Judgment in California Court (PRWEB) September 07, 2012 Last week according to Law360, a Los Angeles Superior Court judge ruled that a case (Case No. BC465313) involving a woman suffering injuries from a surgically implanted Medtronic INFUSE Bone Graft must be allowed to proceed. Plaintiff April Cabana (Case No. BC465313) was experiencing excessive bone growth (just one of the INFUSE Bone Graft´s allegedly...

2012-08-23 23:01:37

iData Research's latest findings show promise for minimally invasive medical device market in the U.S. Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) August 22, 2012 iData Research's latest findings show promise for minimally invasive medical device market in the U.S. The market for traditional spinal implants has faced numerous challenges including an uncertain U.S. economy, adverse clinical data, poor insurance reimbursement rates, as well as the limiting effect minimally invasive devices have had on traditional...

2012-04-07 23:00:40

The FDA has warned about serious complications connected to the off-label use of BMP spinal implants such as Infuse®. A large majority of the uses of the Infuse® product have been shown to be off-label usage, according to a recent legal settlement by Medtronic®. The medical device law firm of Kell Lampin, LLC is now investigating whether individuals may be eligible for compensation through a Medtronic® Infuse® lawsuit. St. Louis, Missouri (PRWEB) April 07, 2012 The...

2012-01-31 01:00:00

The producers of Today in America TV are pleased to announce that Medtronic Navigation will be featured in a segment titled “Medical Minutes”. Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) January 30, 2012 Committed to delivering news about the best in the medial industry, The Today in America TV program with Terry Bradshaw presents a “Medical Minutes” segment on Medtronic Navigation of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Medtronic Navigation is a medical equipment company that specializes in...

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