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FDA, Researchers Flag Safety Problems With Vena Cava Filters

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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FDA is warning clinicians about long-term use of certain retrievable embolism-protection filters after receiving nearly 1,000 adverse event reports about the devices

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