alere-inratio-lawsuit-recall-lawyer

David Haynes, The Cochran Firm, D.C.’s managing attorney, was recently interviewed on Ring of Fire about Alere INRatio lawsuits and the FDA recall of the home PT/INR monitoring device. Ring of Fire is broadcast throughout the United States on Free Speech TV and also distributed on radio stations throughout the country. Mike Papantonio is a senior partner…

Lobbyist job title on nameplate

Alere lobbied Medicare aggressively to expand the market for its INRatio PT/INR monitor system The Alere INRatio PT/INR monitor system is a medical device used to monitor the anticoagulation effects of warfarin on a patient’s blood by tracking clotting time (PT/INR).  Physicians who demonstrate to patients how to use the INRatio, and similar devices, are…

Three step process

In December 2014, the Food and Drug Administration issued a Class I recall for the Alere INRatio and INRatio2 monitor system and test strips.  Alere admitted to receiving almost 19,000 complaints of malfunction with its INRatio monitor system and test strips, which are linked to six serious injuries and three deaths.  Users report they received erroneously…

alere-inratio-inratio-2-72276_1b

What you should know about the two recalls issued by Alere in 2014 In 2014, Alere San Diego, Inc. (a wholly owned subsidiary of medical device maker Alere) issued a pair of voluntary recalls in relation to its INRatio PT/INR Monitor System and Test Strips, which track a patient’s PT/INR levels while taking a blood thinning…