WSFA reports Beasley Allen lawsuit against Med IV

| Medical Drugs

In this video from WSFA TV-12, news anchor Valorie Lawson clarifies a report about a lawsuit filed against MedIV by Beasley Allen on behalf of a family whose mother died after receiving contaminated IV fluid. Although the patient died at Baptist Hospital in Prattville, neither the hospital nor the hospital system is named in the lawsuit. The defendant is Med IV, a pharmaceutical company in Birmingham, Ala., that packaged the IV fluid that was found to contain a bacterial infection. The IV fluid was officially recalled by the company on March 24.

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