Bard’s Halo One Peripheral Vascular Guiding Sheath
Bard Peripheral Vascular’s Thin-Walled Guiding Sheath, Halo One, Recalled After Risk For Internal Tears, Perforations Of Arteries and Veins, Excessive Bleeding and Even Death
The attorneys at Southern Med Law have begun investigating potential Bard’s Halo One Thin-Walled Guiding Sheath Recall Lawsuits. The firms investigation comes after the FDA issued a Class I recall, it’s highest level notice, after Bard recalled it’s Halo One Thin-Walled Guiding Sheath. The class 1 recall of the Guiding Sheath came after reports the sheath body could separate from the sheath hub when being removed from the patient’s leg. In addition, the agency stated Bard warned the Halo One Thin-Walled Guiding Sheath could kink and its tip could become damaged during a medical procedure. Which may result in longer procedure times and additional surgeries to remove pieces that have become detached from the guide sheath. It was also noted that the Thin-Walled Guiding Sheath could cause serious adverse heath reactions such as internal tears, perforation to afreries or veins, excessive bleeding, and even death.
Investigating Bard’s Halo One Thin-Walled Guiding Sheath Recall
After receiving phone calls and the FDA notification, the firm feels it necessary to investigate possible Bard Thin-Walled Guiding Sheath Recall Lawsuits. Southern Med Law is led by Dr. Francois Blaudeau, a notable doctor and practicing attorney who has successfully taken on Bard and other large corporations due to medical devices that have harmed people, and has removed these devices from patients who were injured. “We feel a duty to the patient community to look into possible claims surrounding the Halo One thin-walled guiding sheath side effects,” said Dr. Blaudeau
FDA issues safety notice after Bard Peripheral Vascular Inc recalled their Halo One Thin-Walled Guiding Sheath
The FDA notice further mentioned that Bard Peripheral Vascular first initiated the recall on December 2, 2016, and sent a notification of the Halo One Thin-Walled Guiding Sheath recall on January 10, 2017. The FDA safety notice instructs all healthcare professionals that the Halo One Thin-Walled Guiding Sheath recalled poses a risk for internal tears, perforations of arteries and veins, excessive bleeding and even death. The FDA safety notice also instructs all healthcare professionals to stop using and distributing the medical devices, check all inventory for the affected product codes and lot numbers, and remove any recalled devices from the shelves.
Bard Peripheral Vascular Inc. is based out of Murray Hill, New Jersey. The Halo One sheath was designed to be used to introduce and guide the placement of interventional and diagnostic devices into patients veins and arteries through an incision in the patient’s leg.
The Southern Med Law law firm will continue to investigate possible Halo One thin-walled guiding sheath recall lawsuits and will continue to speak with men and women from around the country who have been harmed by these and other medical devices.
About Southern Med Law and Potential Halo One Thin-Walled Guiding Sheath Recall Lawsuits
The attorneys at Southern Med Law urge those who believe they have been injured or suffered side-effects from the guiding sheath during a diagnostic procedure to contact the firm to discuss potential legal recourse. Dr. Blaudeau is a highly regarded surgeon and attorney who founded Southern Med Law so that large medical device companies were held accountable for their actions or non actions, and to keep the patient community safe.