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Over a dozen law firms now after Nuvasive

Discussion in 'NuVasive' started by Anonymous, Aug 30, 2013 at 11:31 AM.

  1. Anonymous

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    Why did Nuvasive put on their Twitter Feed that 10% of the US population has 6 lower vertebrae?

    Did they get served evidence those few people with 6 lower vertebrae have a higher XLIF failure rate?

    I seriously doubt 10% of the US population has 6 lower vertebrae. Only the children of military who got messed up with Agent Orange (dioxins) and were born with many birth defects (bad DNA).
     
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  3. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Well that's interesting...the 510k clearance letter for the new "coroent XL-f" says:

    ""This device does not contain software or electrical equipment.""

    Did the Coroent XL contain electrical equipment??....rfid anyone?

    Heh is that what created heat causing a bakelite plastic smell to leach from the product into patients..poisoning them?? Justa theory..San Diego's crazy like that.....money money money...
     
  4. Anonymous

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    Yeah what's this PR agency doin helpin Nuvasive with this twitter post "6 Lumbar Vertebrae" thing?

    https://twitter.com/NuVasiveInc/status/530791896546017280

    that "Medical Engineers" account is kinda fishy......

    If u have only 4 fused sacral vertebrae is it a good idea to use a Coroent XL plastic spine spacer on L4-L5...err....L5-L6 of those patients??