Stent malfunction leads to $35,000 settlement with manufacturer, confidential settlement with hospital

Delaney, Blake J.
May 2007
Healthcare Risk Management;May2007, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p1
The article provides information on a U.S. court case wherein a stent malfunction led to a settlement with a manufacturer and a confidential settlement with a hospital.


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