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W.VA. WOMAN'S DEFIBRILLATOR INJURY CLAIMS FALL SHORT Bishoff v. Medtronic Inc.

17 No. 23 WJMEDDEV 7Westlaw Journal Medical Devices (Approx. 3 pages)

W.VA. WOMAN'S DEFIBRILLATOR INJURY CLAIMS FALL SHORT Bishoff v. Medtronic Inc.

17 No. 23 WJMEDDEV 7Westlaw Journal Medical Devices (Approx. 3 pages)

17 No. 23 Westlaw Journal Medical Devices 7
Westlaw Journal Medical Devices
*1 January 3, 2011
Defibrillator Lead
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W.VA. WOMAN'S DEFIBRILLATOR INJURY CLAIMS FALL SHORT

Bishoff v. Medtronic Inc.

A woman claiming to have suffered “repeated inappropriate shock therapy” from a malfunctioning Medtronic defibrillator lead failed to properly plead her case against the company, a West Virginia federal judge has ruled.
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