Personal Injury

Depo-Provera Questions Answered

    Depo-Provera Questions Answered
Introduction Depo-Provera is the brand name of depot medroxyprogesterone acetate which is a drug that prevents pregnancy.  It is manufactured and distributed by the Pfizer Corporation.  It is administered via
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Fen-Phen FAQS

IntroductionFen-Phen is a drug combination that consists of fenfluramine and pherntermine and was used to treat obesity.  It has since been withdrawn from the market.  At first, the drug was
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Fosamax Dangers You Must Know

IntroductionFosamax is the brand name for Alendronic acid, marketed by the Merck Corporation for the treatment of bone loss.  A variant of the drug containing Vitamin D is marketed as
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Guidant Defibrillator/Pacemaker Defects

Introduction: A Guidant Defibrillator/Pacemaker is a cardiovascular regulatory device designed by the Guidant Corporation.  Guidant was a spinoff of Eli Lilly Co which separated the company to focus on pharmaceutical drugs.
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Dangers of Hookah

IntroductionA hookah is a type of tobacco pipe that uses water in a glass base to cool the smoke before
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LASIK Eye Surgery Complications

IntroductionLASIK is a medical procedure that uses a laser to correct vision problems such as myopia (shortsightedness), hyperia (farsightedness) and
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Lead Poisoning FAQS

IntroductionLead poisoning occurs when the body is exposed to lead which leads to neurological damage and kidney failure.  In children
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Drug-Coated Stent Issues

IntroductionA drug coated stent is used to open blocked arteries and to keep that opened artery in place to prevent
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Duragesic Patch Risks

IntroductionDuragesic is the brand name of fentanyl transdermal therapeutic systems which is a system of delivering pain relief in the
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Diclofenac

IntroductionDiclofenac is a non-steroid anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) that is used to reduce pain, usually in cancer patients and arthritic individuals.  The most common form is 2 – 4 times a
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