Readers can now search more than 76,000 records relating to medical devices in 13 countries.
Time and again, our Implant Files reporting led us to devices made for women, and to women who were injured when an implant fractured, ruptured, triggered an autoimmune reaction or otherwise didn’t work as intended.
A lack of regualtion, over treatment, and not enough reporting of incidents relating to medical devices. Here’s a snapshot of what our Asian partners found in the Implant Files.
A new survey reconfirms the Implant Files investigation findings, with patients saying they were not informed of device-related risks.
How reporters fought for accountability on health risks and conflicts of interest tied to medical devices.
TAVR, or TAVI, is a heart valve replacement that can be implanted without open heart surgery – but there’s not much long-term data on the device.
Health authorities said they will improve oversight of medical devices, after the Implant Files investigation revealed failures to protect Canadian patients.