The Food and Drug Administration, FDA, approved a new surveillance study by Bayer to be performed on the Essure permanent contraceptive implant

FDA Approves Bayer’s New Surveillance Study of Essure Device

Essure Surveillance Study Approved Finally, Bayer’s Essure permanent contraceptive device will be put to the test to see how safe (or dangerous) it really is. On Friday, The Food and Drug Administration approved the new post-market surveillance study plan submitted by Bayer on its Essure Permanent contraceptive implant. Since the approval date of Essure back in November of 2002, the …

problems associated with the essure device can be life threatening

Essure Problems | Essure Lawyers | Essure Lawsuit

Essure Problems:┬áThe Permanent Contraceptive Implant Since Essure was approved for the market in 2002, the number of cases regarding severe complications has continued to grow at alarming rates. Women who received the permanent birth control implant reported immediate problems, as well as persistent and continuing side effects. More serious problems related to the medical device include unwanted pregnancies, fetal deaths, …

The Essure device manufactured by Bayer is responsible for thousands of complications in women and is subject to further review by the FDA

The FDA is Requiring Bayer to Perform a New Essure Risk Study

Essure received pre-market approval in 2002 from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The contraceptive implant was designed to be a permanent and effective method of birth control. However, since its release into the market, the Essure device has proved to be neither permanent nor safe. The Essure device itself is responsible for just over 300 fetal deaths, and there …

fda to determine future of essure

FDA To Make New Determination on Essure | Essure Lawsuit | Essure Lawyers

The Food and Drug Administration will soon decide the fate of the Essure permanent contraceptive implant. Tens of thousands of women around the country have reported numerous different health complications due to the device since its release into the market. Now, the more than 27,000 women who claim to have been harmed by Essure are beginning to have hope for …