Patients Ask Judge to Bar Equipment Maker From Selling to Back Surgeon

Former patients of an orthopedic surgeon in Dayton, Ohio, have petitioned a federal court to force a medical device company to stop selling him medical equipment. The complaint, filed in U.S. District Court against Roswell, Ga.-based Mylotec Inc., also seeks damages for 19 former patients of Dr. Lawrence Rothstein.

According to the complaint, Mylotec allegedly sold video-guided catheters to Rothstein, even though the catheters were not FDA approved for use with a laser.

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