Lifesite Dialysis

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Dialysis is a procedure wherein the blood is removed from the patient, cleaned via an artificially implanted kidney, and returned to the body. Sick patients suffering from loss of kidney functions often seek dialysis treatments to help them live normal, productive lives. In the United States alone, over 200,000 people use dialysis on a ongoing basis. The kidney is in charge of removing waste that the body produces during the day. It also regulates the body\'s fluid balance. When someone\'s body can not perform these two essential tasks, the results can be fatal. Fortunately, the invention of dialysis offers those with kidney failure a new chance at life. But that new chance is contingent on the product working properly.

The Lifesite dialysis system has dual valves: one is utilized to get the patient\'s blood from his body and the other returns the clean blood back to the body. The Lifesite dialysis is implanted under the patient\'s collarbone, and a catheter runs from one valve and into the patient\'s large vein. Despite its ability to decrease the symptoms of kidney problems, it has been found to bring health risks to its user. There have been reports of 129 cases in which a patient has died or been seriously injured because of this dialysis system. It is believed that the device failed to function properly. In addition, some dialysis nurses stated that they weren\'t provided with adequate training.

The company has not been able to submit reports on time regarding the incidences of malfunctions, and complaints that have been filed about the lack of proper professional training for operating the dialysis system. The company declared that it has trained medical professionals regarding the proper utilization of the device. On the contrary, this has been denied. It has been suggested that the manufacturer of Lifesite dialysis device is hiding the truth—that its device can lead to serious damage.

If you have been injured due to the use of the Lifesite dialysis, you need to contact a defective dialysis lawyer. You can file for a lawsuit claim against the manufacturer of the device. Because of the manufacturer's negligence, you have the right to file a claim and obtain compensation. The amount of the compensation may recover all of the expenses that you have incurred for hospitalization, as well as the non-economic damages that you have sustained. This may include the suffering and pain that you have gone through because of the flaw in the device.

To make sure that your case will be properly represented, choose a lawyer or attorney who has wide experience regarding litigation involving defective medical devices. Asking for the assistance of a competent lawyer will ensure that you have someone on your side who is knowledgeable on the issue.
Contacting an attorney who perfectly understands that you are going through a rough time can help alleviate some stress while still fighting for what is due to you. In your quest for a healthy lifestyle, you were wrongfully injured. You may be entitled to damages but more importantly, perhaps, you may stop others from being hurt as well.

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