Jeffrey G. Thomas DBA Thomas Law Company - Citizen Petition

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Jeffrey G Thomas DBA Thomas Law Company Citizen Petition

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Exhibit A Package Insert 2009 4437b1 09

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Exhibit B DuraSeal Spine Sealant System Instructions For Use

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Exhibit C FDA Public Health Notification April 2 2004 Paralysis from Absorbable Hemostatic Agent

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Exhibit D Contraindications

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Exhibit E CDRH Event Report

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Exhibit F JGT Doctor Notes

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Exhibit G A Novel Spinal Adhesion Barrier and Sealant System

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Comment Now!
Due Aug 12 2013, at 11:59 PM ET
ID: FDA-2013-P-0944-0001

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Date Posted: Aug 23, 2013
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Country: United States
State or Province: CA
Submitter's Representative: Jefffrey G. Thomas DBA Thomas Law Company
Category: Private Industry - C0003

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