St. Jude Spinal Stimulator Lawsuits


St. Jude Medical, Inc. and the FDA have issued recalls and warnings to patients and doctors that their Eon and Eon Mini Implantable Pulse Generator (IPG) devices are at risk for potential overheating and battery failure.

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St. Jude has issued several recalls and the FDA has determined that both the Eon and Eon Mini implantable pulse generators are unsafe and has issued its own recall for the spinal stiumlator by St. Jude.
The St. Jude spinal stimulators, Eon and Eon Mini are implanted in the spine and are used to provide pain relief in patients who suffer from neurological pain.
July 31, 2013, St. Jude issues recall for the Eon Mini – 3788 (IPG) citing over 210 reports of adverse events.
August 28 2012, FDA issues recall citing over 100 complaints from patients.

July 10 2012, FDA issues a recall related to the Eon and Eon Mini , citing that the Eon Mini model 3788 had “lost the ability to communicate or recharge due to a workmanship issue resulting in loss of pain relief and subsequent explant.”

December 19, 2011, St. Jude writes “Dear Doctor” letter indicating that they have received 110 complaints of increased and elevated temperatures when the battery was charging.

May 24, 2011, St. Jude issued a recall for the Eon Mini citing “weld failures within the internal battery.”

May 13, 2010, FDA issued recall for the St. Jude Eon Mini Implantable Pulse Generator (IPG), citing “gradual or sudden loss of charging capability.

If you or a loved one have been injured by the St. Jude Eon and Eon mini spinal pain stimulator, you may be entitled to compensation. Call for a free consultation (888) 845-9696.





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