Covidien Duet TRS Recall

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Covidien Duet TRS Recall

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A recent medical device recall, involving Covidien Duet TRSTM Surgical Stapler Recall, was announced after reports of related deaths and injuries were reported to the Food and Drug Administration. Because of the unexpected nature of defective medical device injuries and wrongful death associated with a bad or recalled medical device, the lives of family members and victims are often transformed completely.

While many recalls occur in a timely manner, some medical device recalls take place after deaths and injuries have been reported or associated with a defective medical device.

The Covidien Duet TRS Surgical Stapler was included in a medical device alert in May 2012 with an urgent recall issued by the manufacturer, Covidien in August 2012. According to the company, manufacturing of Covidien Duet Surgical Stapler was halted.

Covidien Duet TRS: Recalled Products

The Covidien Duet TRS Surgical Stapler is used by surgeons and medical professionals to reinforce tissue. But despite the manufacturer’s intention for the medical device, an alert was issued, by the manufacturer, for the following products:

If you or a loved one was seriously injured or passed away from injuries caused by the use of a Covidien Duet TRS Surgical Stapler medical device, call our Covidien Duet TRS Recall lawyers at 254-633-2983. You can also contact our experienced attorneys online or by visiting one of our offices in Waco, Temple, Killeen and across Texas for a free case evaluation.

The Carlson Law Firm is currently representing clients who have been injured or killed as a result of the Covidien Duet TRS Surgical Stapler. With the resources and reach of multiple locations, registered nurses and private investigators, our Duet TRS Surgical Stapler attorneys will help you and your loved ones uncover answers to some of the questions surrounding your injury or loss. We care. We can help.

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