Shoulder Pain Pumps Destroy Shoulder Joints

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Recognized medical studies show that pain pumps that inject pain medicine right into shoulder joints after surgical procedures are a very likely cause of severe cartilage damage. The FDA, in November 2009 and again in February 2010 issued a warning about this device. At the heart of the shoulder pain pump litigation is the fact that continuous infusion pumps were not approved by the FDA for this use.

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