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March 11, 2009


Vicki Kimmick

I am in support of the proposed Medical Device Safety Act of 2009:S. 540. Quality in health care, especially medical devices, is very important in today's society. If there is a defect in a medical device such as the Medtronic sprint Fidelis heart lead, a person should be able to take legal action at the state and local level. The public needs to have its rights restored in case of any issues with medical devices intended for human use. Our poulation of people are living longer and their rights need to be protected if a faulty medical device is used to correct their medical issue. Manufacturers of these devices need to be held responsible and correct the problem for any person affected and need to do so in a timely manner.

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