Shiley heart valve

Shiley heart valve

Björk-Shiley 60 degree Converso-Concave prosthetic heart valve Cardiovascular surgery An artificial heart valve manufactured until 1985, when it was withdrawn from the market for valve failure due to strut fractures. See Product liability.

Shiley,

D.B., 20th century U.S. engineer.
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Shiley decannulation plug
Shiley distention kit
Shiley endotracheal tube
Shiley guiding catheter
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Shiley Infusaid pump
Shiley JL-4 guiding catheter
Shiley JR-4 guiding catheter
Shiley laryngectomy tube
Shiley low-pressure cuffed tracheostomy tube
Shiley MultiPro catheter
Shiley neonatal tracheostomy tube
Shiley oxygenator
Shiley pediatric tracheostomy tube
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Nineteen (47.5%) of the explanted bioprostheses were of the Hancock variety (Medtronic Heart Valve Division, Irvine, Calif), 13 (32.5%) were Ionescu-Shiley valves (Shiley Heart Valve Research Center, Irvine, Calif), and 8 (20%) were Carpentier-Edwards bioprostheses (Baxter Healthcare Corporation, now Edwards Life Sciences, Irvine, Calif; Figure 1).
Does this recent legislation eliminate the abuses of patients' rights that occurred in the Shiley heart valve case?
Pfizer Inc., a diversified research-based health care company with businesses in more than 140 countries, intended the opening address of its 1989 annual report to dispel fears about the liability impact relating to Shiley heart valves. The company was under investigation by an FDA subcommittee for potentially faulty heart devices, which was said to be the cause of death in nearly 250 implant recipients.