Alere INRatio News

Alere INRatio Lawsuits Claim: Inaccuracies Increased Risk of Injury

We are no longer accepting new Alere cases. The law firm of Baum, Hedlund, Aristei & Goldman has filed claims on behalf of several people who allege Alere INRatio blood monitoring products were defective and produced erroneous results, which caused serious injury or death. In late December, Plaintiffs’ attorneys Bijan [...]

Alere INRatio Safety Questioned in FDA Workshop

We are no longer accepting new Alere cases. Millions of Americans take blood thinners like Coumadin and Jantoven (brand names for warfarin) to prevent blood clots that could cause a heart attack, stroke or other medical problems. But it is critical that the blood is not thinned too much, creating [...]

By | 2019-03-11T16:54:12-07:00 November 1st, 2017|Alere INRatio News, Medical Device News|

Alere Lawsuit Claims Incorrect INRatio Results Caused Injuries and Deaths

We are no longer accepting new Alere cases. San Diego, California, March 2, 2017 -- A new lawsuit alleges the Alere INRatio blood monitoring system used by patients taking blood-thinners like warfarin, produces erroneous results, which can lead to serious injury or death. A group of plaintiffs from across the [...]

By | 2019-03-11T17:03:12-07:00 March 2nd, 2017|Alere INRatio News, Blog, Medical Device News, Press Releases|

Alere Recall: INRatio and INRatio2 Provide False Results

We are no longer accepting new Alere cases. Alere Inc. has initiated a recall of the company’s Alere INRatio and INRatio2 prothrombin time/international normalized ratio (PT/INR) monitoring system. The Alere recall was issued on July 12, 2016. This recall comes after a number of patients have filed Alere INRatio lawsuits [...]

By | 2019-03-12T09:58:02-07:00 July 12th, 2016|Alere INRatio News, Medical Device News|

FDA Receives Thousands of Reports on Alere INRatio Accuracy Issues

We are no longer accepting new Alere cases. Florida doctor Gary Goldstein is one of many physicians throughout the country to express concerns over a blood testing device manufactured by Massachusetts-based Alere Inc. The device in question, the INRatio monitoring system, is used by doctors and patients for anticoagulation management. [...]

By | 2019-03-12T10:11:29-07:00 March 17th, 2016|Alere INRatio News, Medical Device News|