Intake of Lexapro Medication Linked to Birth Defects

Welllbutrin Lawyers Handling Birth Defects Cases


The effects of consistent and continuous intake of medications containing selective serotonin-reuptake inhibitors, such as Lexapro, has been tested for various side-effects. Recent tests have shown a significant correlation between such medications and the number of  newborn children born with pulmonary hypertension for medicated patients.  While this these statistics do not pertain directly to seller’s risk or buyer’s risk of the manufacturing company of Lexapro and the intermediaries, which sell this medication directly to the public, these statistics do relate to the seller’s risk and buyer’s risk of the manufacturing company of Lexapro and the genreally medicated public, respectively.

Past a certain rate of occurrence, or once the correlation between the intake of medication containing selective serotonin-reuptake inhibitors and any resulting birth defects similar in nature to pulmonary hypertension in children of prescribed patients have been proven to significant enough, the drug control agency of various governments will mostly likely restrict or ban the sale of Lexapro and similar medications.

In order to determine an acceptable rate of occurrence or statistical correlation, many of the same mathematical procedures demonstrated in our assigned readings will be utilized in the process of that determination. Buyer’s risk, seller’s risk, and statistical process control are all mathematical procedures likely to be utilized. Theories covered in our assigned reading, such as sustainability, will also be considered in the process of determination for the various drug control agencies and judicial systems likely to be involved in this case. Specifically the regulation and reputation components of the sustainbility theory will be considered, not only for the manufacturing company of Lexapro medication and the like, but also for the respective drug control agencies likely to be involved in this case. What is most important to note in my posting, in my opinion, would be that the theories and procedures described in our text and during our class sessions, do not only pertain to management operations considerations of specific companies, but they also pertain the considerations of various governmental agencies and individuals, which themselves often operate as a company and operations manager, respectively.

Ignoring Social Responsibility for Operations Managers Can Lead to Court


This article is disturbing. To summarize, a toddler incurred permanent physical damage due to the neglience of an operating manager of an Ikea store in Milton Keynes, UK. This was not simply an unfortunate accident. It was the result of an operating manager not considering the magnitude of the consequences their neglience at their job could have on other human beings or end users. Not only did these operations managers not fulfill the ethical obligations of their position, but they failed to fulfill the basic legal obligations of their position, as well. Considering that the escalators’ structural gap was in breech of the legal limit of four millimetres in the UK, this event provides an effective example of what even the slightest neglience derviving from an operations manager or any business decision maker can and does result in, often. The operations manager must have been made aware of that they were breaking the law by retaining an escalator gap, which exceeded the legal limit of four millimetres, at some point throughout the course of their employment with Ikea, yet decided to ignore that fact. While employees were moving cargo or while the thousands of customers, which most likely have utilized this escalator, since its installation, the operations manager must have been made aware of the legal breech of that escalator gap. Now Ikea has an innocent victim on their hands due to the actions taken by their operations managers, whose life will never be the same.


To what degree does Ikea, the company, hold liability for this event due the decisions and actions taken by their operations managing staff? To what degree does the escalator manufacturing company hold liability, which continued to provide maintenance serivces post purchase for this Ikea store?


Tragic: Both fingers were amputated about halfway down after the accident in the store in Milton Keynes, Bucks