Medtronic Sigma Series Pacemakers and Guidant Pacemakers

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The Medtronic Sigma™ series pacemakers are surgically implanted and attached to the heart by wires. Some of these small, battery-powered devices, designed to monitor the electrical impulses of the heart and ensure a normal heart rate have a faulty connection, allowing for a separation of the wiring from the hybrid circuit.   If the wires disconnect, the product will fail.  Surgery to replace these devices creates serious health risks since the likelihood of post-surgical infection is higher for patients with weakened immune systems. If an infection does occur, the hardware may have to be removed.

If you have a pacemaker from the Medtronic Sigma™ series, contact Ward Black Law today at 1-800-531-9191 for a free consultation or contact us via email.

Some of the Guidant Pacemakers with malfunction problems include:

  • Pulsar MAX (Models 1170, 1171, 1270)
  • Pulsar (Models 0470, 0870, 0970, 0972, 1172, 1272)
  • Discovery (Models 1174, 1175, 1273, 1274, 1275)
  • Meridian (Models 0476, 0976, 1176, 1276)
  • Pulsar Max II (Models 1180, 1181, 1280)
  • Discovery II (Models 0481, 0981, 1184, 1186, 1187, 1283, 1284, 1285, 1286)
  • Contak TR (Model 1241)
  • Virtus Plus II (Model 1380, 1480)
  • Intelius II (Model 1483, 1484, 1485, 1384, 1385, 1349, 1499)
  • Insignia
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