Parties Reach Settlement in Texas Federal Bard IVC Filter Action




HOUSTON — A Texas federal case involving C.R. Bard’s G2 IVC filter settled during trial, according to a recent docket note.

The parties reached a settlement agreement on Oct. 20 following the second day of trial before Judge Andrew S. Hanen of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas.

In August 2006, Charles Conn underwent implantation of Bard’s G2 IVC removable filter after doctors discovered a blood clot in his IV and a possible pulmonary embolism. Doctors recommended the filter because Conn has Crohn’s disease and cannot take anticoagulants. Four days after the procedure, on Aug. 28, …






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