Lawsuit Claims Medtronic Promoted Device for Off-Label Uses

less- reports on a lawsuit involving the Medtronic InfuseBone Graft, and alleged “off-label” marketing by Medtronic. Here are excerpts:

Medtronic pays doctors to promote a medical device for off-label uses, and the InfuseBone Graft is “unreasonably dangerous” because its active ingredient can travel from the implant site to the esophagus or trachea, turning soft tissue into bone, a married couple claims in Los Angeles Superior Court.

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