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Stent Resources on the Web

DES Defined
A drug-eluting stent is a scaffold-like device placed into narrowed, diseased coronary arteries that slowly releases a drug to block cell proliferation. This prevents scar-tissue–like growth that, together with clots could otherwise block the stented artery. More>>

Coronary Artery Disease
This is an extensive heart web site for all things having to do with coronary artery disease such as causes, risk factors, symptoms, treatments, prognosis, complications, and prevention. Start reading… More>>

Stent Procedure & Angioplasty
The most popular angioplasty website on Web is filled with breaking news, videos, support forum topics, and much more. It’s a resource worth book-marking. More>>

Stent Worries Cost Sales for Boston Scientific and Johnson & Johnson
October 2006--A new report finds Boston Scientific Corp. and Johnson & Johnson are losing sales due to doctors’ concerns over the risks posed by drug-coated heart stents. The drug-coated stents may be causing an additional 2,160 deaths worldwide each year, according to an editorial published Oct. 11 by the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. More>>

 


 

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You or your loved one has suffered a blood clot, heart attack, or death from a drug eluting stent. What was purportedly a medical miracle is a medical nightmare. Who’s to blame? How can you fight back? What can you do about it? The time is right to pursue a DES law suit. Product negligence and personal injury should not be ignored. There is no cost involved. Start by filling out a short pre-case inquiry form to see if you qualify for a DES injury lawsuit.


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When did you have your coronary angioplasty?
Was a Stent used?
Yes, a Stent was used
No, a Stent was not used
If yes, do you know what type of stent?
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Did the stent contain drugs (drug coated stent, drug eluting stent)?
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What kind of injury did the stent cause?
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