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pulmonary embolism, Cook IVC, Chicago product liability lawyerCook Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) filters have been found to be ineffective at stopping blood clots in many cases. Cook IVC filters are designed to stop blood clots traveling to the lungs through a small device inserted into the vein.

The filters are used in patients at risk of having the veins or arteries in their lungs blocked by blood clots, a condition known as a pulmonary embolism. Companies that produce products that cause consumers serious injury or death are held responsible forĀ product liability, the legal responsibility the company incurs for producing or selling a faulty product.

The Cook IVC filter is the oldest filter approved for use and designed to be removed after 12 weeks or the risk of a pulmonary embolism has passed. An investigation into the filters found that serious complications could arise from use or prolonged use of IVC filters, including:

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