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Amarillo Product Liability Attorney Offers Free Consultations: Survey Shows Most medical device makers believe their products are vulnerable to cybersecurity threats, but few taking steps to prevent attacks.

Posted on June 1, 2017 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

Mass Device  reported that a survey by Synopsys found that over two-thirds of medical device makers “believe their products are vulnerable to cyberattack,” yet “only 17% of device makers are taking significant steps to prevent attacks.” Specifically, only a third of medical device makers “encrypt IoT-device data, and only 39% of those use key management … Continue reading Amarillo Product Liability Attorney Offers Free Consultations: Survey Shows Most medical device makers believe their products are vulnerable to cybersecurity threats, but few taking steps to prevent attacks.

Top Amarillo Product Liability Attorney Offers Free Consultations: FDA Issues Warnings on Acid Reflux Drugs

Posted on December 12, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

The FDA warned today that use of proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) — including popular brands such as Nexium, Prilosec, and Prevacid — may increase the risk of Clostridium difficile associated diarrhea. The warning comes after a review of data from the agency’s Adverse Event Reporting System and the medical literature suggested such a link. A … Continue reading Top Amarillo Product Liability Attorney Offers Free Consultations: FDA Issues Warnings on Acid Reflux Drugs

Top Amarillo Product Liability Lawyer Offers Free Consultations: Heartburn Drugs and Stroke Risks

Posted on December 12, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

A popular category of heartburn medications – including Nexium, Prevacid, Prilosec and Protonix – may increase your risk of stroke, a new study suggests. Known as proton pump inhibitors (PPIs), these drugs increased people’s overall stroke risk by 21 percent, said study lead author Dr. Thomas Sehested. However, the risk appears to be driven by … Continue reading Top Amarillo Product Liability Lawyer Offers Free Consultations: Heartburn Drugs and Stroke Risks

Top Amarillo Product Liability Attorney Offers Free Consultations: Commonly Used Heartburn Drugs Could Lead to Kidney Damage

Posted on December 12, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

Long-term use of a common type of medication used to treat heartburn, acid reflux, and ulcers may lead to an increased risk of kidney disease and kidney failure, new research shows. The study, published in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, adds to prior research that suggests proton-pump inhibitors (PPIs), a group of … Continue reading Top Amarillo Product Liability Attorney Offers Free Consultations: Commonly Used Heartburn Drugs Could Lead to Kidney Damage

Top Amarillo Product Liability Attorney Offers Free Consultations: Nearly Two Million Pounds Of Chicken Product Recalled

Posted on December 8, 2016 by admin

A total of 1,993,528 pounds of ready-to-eat chicken products are being recalled by National Steak and Poultry as an expansion of an earlier recall. The Owasso, OK, establishment is recalling the products because of “possible undercooking, resulting in the potential survival of bacterial pathogens in the products,” according to the USDA Food Safety and Inspection … Continue reading Top Amarillo Product Liability Attorney Offers Free Consultations: Nearly Two Million Pounds Of Chicken Product Recalled

Top Amarillo Auto Accident Attorney Offers Free Consultations: Ford Recalls 680,000; Seat Belts May Not Hold In Crash

Posted on December 2, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

Ford is recalling more than 680,000 midsize sedans mainly in North America because the front seat belts may not hold people in an accident. The recall covers certain 2013 to 2016 Ford Fusion, 2013 to 2015 Lincoln MKZ and 2015 and 2016 Ford Mondeo cars. Ford says heat generated when the seat belt pre-tensioners deploy … Continue reading Top Amarillo Auto Accident Attorney Offers Free Consultations: Ford Recalls 680,000; Seat Belts May Not Hold In Crash