Stockert 3T Injuries & Lawsuits
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The verdict in both the U.S. and Europe is that the m. chimaera bacterium is present in heater-cooler devices used to optimize a patient's body temperature during surgery – and as much as 70 percent of the resulting infections come from the Stockert 3T patient...
A patient who had open heart surgery alleges that use of the Stockert 3T Heater Cooler device caused an infection that led to his stroke. He is now bringing a lawsuit against Stockert manufacturer Liva-Nova as well as Pennsylvania Presbyterian Medical Center, where he...
While the actual number of reported cases have been relatively low, federal agencies report that as many as 500,000 patients who have undergone open heart surgery since 2006 are at risk of developing a potentially deadly illness due to the Stockert 3T Heater-Cooler...
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