Medtronic Agrees to Pay $75 Million t...

Medtronic Agrees to Pay $75 Million to End Defibrillator Cases, People Say

There are 1 comment on the Bloomberg story from Jul 19, 2007, titled Medtronic Agrees to Pay $75 Million to End Defibrillator Cases, People Say. In it, Bloomberg reports that:

Medtronic Inc., the world's largest maker of electronic heart devices, has agreed to pay more than $75 million to settle lawsuits claiming it hid defects in its defibrillators, people with direct knowledge of ... via Bloomberg

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Since: Jul 07

Stevensville, MI

#1 Jul 22, 2007
For a discussion on the growing importance of drug/device safety which has literally caught manufacturers off guard, see: "Drug /Device Safety Debate to Yield Big Changes, Grow More Controversial" at: .

This article outlines some of the subtle reasons why something that wouldn't have been so much of an issue twenty/thirty years ago is not front-and-center.

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