Infection From Open Heart Surgery

February 17, 2017

Over 250,000 heart bypass surgeries are performed in the United States each year. During the procedure a device that heats and cools the circulating blood is used to maintain a specific temperature. Over the past two years, The FDA has expressed an increasing concern that a heating cooling device manufactured in Germany, the Sorin 3T, is causing severe life threatening infections in patients who have undergone open heart procedures. If you are a loved one has suffered an infection following heart surgery, the attorneys at Kolsby Gordon can help. Please contact one of our attorneys at 215.851.9700