Medtronic INFUSE® Lawyers

You may be entitled to compensation!


At the time of writing this, the INFUSE bone graft product is approved by the FDA for use in anterior spinal fusion of the lumbar spine, and for repair of open tibial shaft fractures. In addition, the device is approved for two minor dental procedures.

Off-label use of INFUSE is part of the issues some patients are experiencing with this product. As with many drugs and devices, off-label use of the INFUSE bone graft is allowed if doctors believe it will be of benefit to their patients.

Some examples of "off-label" uses of this product include performing spinal fusion surgeries with the INFUSE product, using techniques not approved by the FDA. Another example is use in the cervical (neck) spine area.

We are on the watch for a potential INFUSE recall and will provide free current information if you contact us.


The Medtronic Infuse Bone Graft is a product that helps stimulate bone growth after lower spine surgery. This device has been linked to many adverse event reports, and even death. Many of the people who are implanted with this device suffer from over-growth of bone in the area of the implantation.

The company is now facing Infuse Bone Graft Lawsuits from individuals who were severely injured, died, or were left permanently disabled due to side effects of the INFUSE device.

We are interested in hearing from you if you suffered an injury related to any potentially defective medical device or medication. Please call us for help at 1-888-446-8087 or fill out any of the forms on this website. Even if you live outside of the USA we would like to hear from you.

Serious Injuries and Severe Complications are connected to Medtronic's INFUSE Bone Graft product, especially when the product has been used in off-label surgeries.

The INFUSE Bone Graft Product - What is it?

the INFUSE bone graft product is used to encourage bone growth and is located inside a small compartment or cage-like device that is surgically implanted in the spine (and other areas at times). INFUSE, manufactured by Medtronic, Inc., consists of this "LT-Cage Device", which is a small and hollow metal cylinder that is filled with a genetically engineered material that stimulates bone growth in the body.

FDA and INFUSE - Timeline:

In 2002 the FDA approved INFUSE for use in an anterior approach in the lumbar spine during fusion procedures to treat degenerative disc disease. At this time, the INFUSE device was not approved by the FDA for use in any other parts of the spine such as the cervical and neck areas.

In 2004 the FDA made a secondary approval of the INFUSE product for treatment of various types of tibia fractures in the lower leg.

In 2008 the FDA put out a Safety Communication warning of life-threatening complications connected to the use of the INFUSE product in cervical spine areas. The FDA recommended that INFUSE only be used by physicians for FDA-approved uses.

In June 2011, The Spine Journal publishes an important article on INFUSE. Also in June, 2011 the United States Senate sent a letter to Medtronic, Inc. stating concern about reports in the press that state that physicians who conducted safety trials concerning INFUSE may have not reported complications possibly due to their financial ties with Medtronic.

In April, 2012, Medtronic is to pay $85 million in a lawsuit by shareholders that alleges that Medtronic witheld important information and made statements that mislead various parties about the INFUSE product.

A significant problem in the use of INFUSE, is "off-label" use of the product by physicians for uses not approved by the FDA. When any drug or medical device such as INFUSE is used by a doctor in an "off-label" use, the surgeon must fully disclose to the patient the risks of the off-label use prior to the surgery. This is so that patients and their families can make an informed decision as to whether or not they wish to proceed with the surgical use of the product in an "off-label" manner.

Technical Description of the Device

The Medtronic Infuse Bone Graft is a medical device that is meant to be surgically implanted after lower back spine surgery (lumbar spine). The device works by stimulating bone growth in the area of implantation. The device is intended as an alternative to traditional bone grafts. Traditional bone grafts involve painful bone harvesting from other parts of the body.

The INFUSE device consists of two parts, including a sponge-type substance that is soaked in a biological fluid. The biological fluid is a type of synthetic liquid bone morphogenetic protein (BMP). This device is implanted between vertebrae, among other uses, and the BMP is supposed to stimulate bone to grow. The sponge is then supposed to be dissolved and absorbed into the body.

Some Alleged Potential Side Effects Include, But Are Not Limited To:

- Some patients have allegedly died from the use of INFUSE.

- Angioedema (swelling of the neck and - or throat, which can cause fatal suffocation)

- Nerve Damage

- Respiratory Depression, or difficulty breathing

- Compression of the Airway (leading to difficulty breathing, speaking, and swallowing)

- Cancer

- Male sterility or Male infertility, urogenital injuries, or retrograde ejaculation

- Chronic pain such as in the arms or legs, sometimes severe and life-altering

- Paralysis or Loss of Range of Movement

- Uncontrolled Bone Growth (at or near the site of surgery)

Contact us immediately if you or a loved one have suffered an injury from a bond graft, even if you do not know which type of bone graft you received. Please do not delay as failure to act quickly can cause you to lose your legal rights forever if your statute of limitations period expires. Your statute of limitations period is particular to your potential claim and requires individual examination to know.

Call us today at 1-888-446-8087 and we will mail you free information as well as provide an initial intake evaluation. We have lawyers ready to speak with you.

Medtronic INFUSE Bone Graft Failure Facts

The Medtronic INFUSE Bone Graft is a device that is primarily used by physicians to help fuse vertebrae in the lower spine in order to treat degenerative disc disease. It also has other uses, some of which are not approved by the FDA.

The FDA primarily approved the INFUSE Bone Graft for use in the lumbar spine - the lower back. However, physicians have used the device in off-label use in the cervical spine and neck, a use that has allegedly caused serious complications.

Some potential repesentative injuries from the device include, but are not limited to, difficulty breathing; difficulty speaking; difficulty swallowing; ectopic or uncontrolled bone growth; chronic pain, often in the legs or arms; retrograde ejaculaton and - or other related injuries; nerve injuries; sterility in males; cancer; permanent injury or death; acute and severe swelling; paralysis; neck injuries.

The FDA issued a warning in July, 2008, where the FDA stated that the safety and effectiveness of the device in the cervical spine is not demonstrated and is not approved by the FDA.

Mass Tort vs. Class Action: What is the Difference between the two?

You may find this website because you put "class action" into your search engine, along with a drug name, such as "INFUSE Class Action".

You might think "class actions" are the way most cases are handled by law firms dealing with prescription drugs that harm people. Many consumers think this is how defective medical devices and drugs are dealt with in the courts. However, actually this is not precisely accurate. Most pharmaceutical drug claims are handled as "mass torts."

You probably did not put "mass tort" into the search engine as the term "mass tort" is a far less well known legal term in the public generally. It is more commonly a term used by lawyers. Therefore, we make sure to help you find us by discussing class actions frequently and explain the difference between class actions and mass torts here.

The term "mass tort" is simply not used frequently by consumers.

Class Action

A class action is a type of legal proceeding where a lawsuit is filed on behalf of a group of people who share a set of circumstances, harms, injuries, sufferings, or potential damages. Class actions are designed to help promote "judicial economy" and decrease pressure on courts when large numbers of people suffer a harm in the same manner.

For example, class actions are sometimes used in the context of when a bank or large corporation charges fees that are determined unfair to a large number of clients. In those instances, one harmed person may stand as the single claim that determines the outcome for the entire class of claimants. Often the recovery is not good for the class of harmed individuals as a whole.

Typically a class action has several criteria that must be met. The individuals in the class must be notified of the claim and given a chance to "opt in" or "opt out" of the class, or find lawyers of their own. Prior to the actual class action lawsuit, a motion is filed in court that certifies a particular plaintiff as the acting party on behalf of the larger group or class of plaintiffs.

One of the factors looked at is whether the individual recoveries for each plaintiff are too low to warrant each plaintiff hiring their own attorney; when this is present a class action may be certified as the best way to proceed. For example, this is often the case when dealing with small bank fees.

The representative plaintiff also shows that he or she is typical in that his or her experience with the company or product is typical of the experiences of the other similarly situated plaintiffs, and that this type of class action lawsuit is the most efficient for holding the defendants accountable. The evidence against the defendants must be typical and represented in a similar manner by all the harmed individuals, and finally, a showing that individual lawsuits against the defendant would never be prudent nor efficient in time and money is part of the process of determining that a class action is the best way to proceed. It is easy to see that the often massive and very different injuries sustained by people who take prescription drugs do not fit this mold for "class actions."

Simply, class actions are usually in cases of very uniform injuries shared by a multitude of people: bank fees charged unfairly and in the same manner to many people, for example.

Mass Tort Lawsuits

Mass torts are different from class actions despite the fact that they are related in the sense that both share a large group of people who have suffered harms.

Mass tort claims, like class actions, try to reduce the number of court claims in the legal system and promote judicial economy and efficiency. However, they cover a much broader range of subjects typically than class actions and they are handled differently.

Perhaps the simplest way to understand the difference is mass torts still involve each plaintiff having their own individual claim.

There is no "representative plaintiff" (as that term is used in the class action context) in mass tort claims. The mass tort plaintiffs are each receiving their own legal process and individual remedy tailored to their particular circumstances.

Mass tort claims are the most common way that consumers are provided legal remedies when they are injured on a large scale by defective drugs or defective products. While drugs and defective medical devices, for example, injure large groups of people, the injuries are often very different among each plaintiff. All cases in drug defect claims rarely fit neatly into a single class of individuals who share the exact same type of injury.

Mass tort litigation allows one attorney or a group of attorneys to represent several injured parties in individual cases. The attorneys often share information to help each other and their clients proceed against the defendants in a more powerful manner as a result of the cooperation of the plaintiffs' attorneys. Attorneys all over the country, and in fact sometimes internationally, pool resources, research, information, time, financial resources, and their intellectual energy and ideas to make sure that all of the plaintiffs hopefully obtain some measure of justice.

Mass tort claims are often complicated with detailed litigation and numerous plaintiffs and defendants. Sometimes experts are used just to determine the proper way to award damages to the various parties.


The Mulligan Law Firm and DrugRxRecall are actively evaluating potential Medtronic INFUSE Bone Graft claims for injuries such as spine injuries and related medical side effects.

If you or a loved one received an INFUSE Bone Graft and suffered any injury, the lawyers of The Mulligan Law Firm would like to talk with you.

Please contact us today at 888 446 8087. We have intake staff ready to answer your questions and mail you a free information packet and questionnaire.

We can evaluate claims originating in all 50 United States. We also can help American citizens living abroad.

Act quickly as failure to investigate your legal rights and delay may cause you to lose your potential claim if it is barred by the statute of limitations that applies to your potential claim.

For more information on, including our terms and conditions of use of this site, please visit our parent site

Medtronic INFUSE Additional Legal Information

We are now actively evaluating potential INFUSE claims. Medtronic INFUSE is a genetically engineered bone morphogenic protein used (amongst other potential uses) in spinal fusion surgical procedures to help fuse vertebrae.

The FDA approved this product only for use in specific circumstances and in specific ways. For example, FDA approved single-level lumbar fusions with very specific guidelines (an anterior, abdominal, approach for surgical placement). However, the product has allegedly been used by surgeons in an off-label manner, including posterior approaches, placement in the cervical spine, etc.

Please check FDA information releases for exact and up-to-date information on FDA approved uses of this product.

INFUSE allegedly causes overgrowth of bone that has been connected to increased pain, neuropathy, decresed range of motion, and other issues.

Placement in the cervical spine can potentially cause terrible and tragic life-threatening, and life-altering, side effects such as dyshagia, dyspnea, paralysis or loss of range of motion, and swelling.

The Side-Effects of INFUSE Morphogenic Protein

Some of the side effects potentially linked to INFUSE Morphogenic Protein, include but are not limited to:

Difficulty Breathing

Difficulty Speaking

Difficulty Swallowing

Nerve Injuries

Ectopic Or Uncontrolled Bone Growth

Retrograde Ejaculation

Urogenital Injuries

Chronic Pain, (Leg Or Arm Most Common)

Neck Injuries



Severe Swelling


If you or a loved one have received INFUSE or are unsure what kind of bone graft you received, but you have experienced injury, please contact us immediately for a free consultation.

Procedures Used To Implant INFUSE Devices May Include:

- Cervical Fusion

- Posterior Approach

- Anterior Appoach

- Lateral Approach

- Dental Implant

If you or a loved one has been injured after surgical implantation of an INFUSE Bone Graft, please contact us immediately for a free consultation. We would like to speak with you regardless of where you live.

Who We Are

The Mulligan Law Firm, a national law firm located in Dallas, Texas, provides legal information and resources for injured individuals and their families. The firm has successfully resolved over $600,000,000 in claims for its clients. Formed in 1995, it has been helping people for almost 15 years, with the strength and experience to represent plaintiffs in all 50 states.

The Mulligan Law Firm with is currently investigating injury claims involving the Medtronic INFUSE Bone Graft.

If you or a loved one has been injured after surgical implantation of a Medtronic INFUSE Bone Graft, it is important that you consult with a legal professional immediately. The Mulligan Firm's lawyers are standing by to help you.

You may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. We take all cases on a contingency-fee basis, which means you do not pay for our services unless you receive an award or compensation. Do not delay, as your rights and compensation may be lost forever if you wait, as the statute of limitations period governing your potential claim may pass.

For more information on please visit our parent site

We have Medtronic INFUSE Bone Graft Attorneys standing by ready to speak with your about your potential claim related to Medtronic INFUSE Bone Graft Failures.

For more information on including our terms and conditions of use of this related site, please visit our parent site and click on the User Agreement at the bottom of the home page.

Medtronic devices on this webpage may not have been the subject of an FDA recall as of the time of the writing of this article. Please check the FDA website for up to date information on potential recalls of any medical device. FDA is constantly issuing safety warnings and recalls and information can change at any time. The term "recall" is used in this website to help injured consumers locate us as they often believe their device should be, or is, the subject of a formal recall.

Our lawyers and attorneys (Abogado de Ley) evaluate potential claims or lawsuits from cities throughout the United States, including, but not limited to Northern California, Bay Area cities such as: Alameda, Albany, American Canyon, Antioch, Atherton, Belmont, Belvedere, Benicia, Berkeley, Brentwood, Brisbane, Burlingame, Calistoga, Campbell, Clayton, Cloverdale, Colma, Concord, Corte Madera, Cotati, Cupertino, Daly City, Danville, Dixon, Dublin, East Palo Alto, El Cerrito, Emeryville, Fairfax, Fairfield, Foster City, Fremont, Gilroy, Half Moon Bay, Hayward, Healdsburg, Hercules, Hillsborough, Lafayette, Larkspur, Livermore, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, Los Gatos, Martinez, Menlo Park, Mill Valley, Millbrae, Milpitas, Monte Sereno, Moraga, Morgan Hill, Mountain View, Napa, Newark, Novato, Oakland, Oakley, Orinda, Pacifica, Palo Alto, Petaluma, Piedmont, Pinole, Pittsburg, Pleasant Hill, Pleasanton, Portola Valley, Redwood City, Richmond, Rio Vista, Rohnert Park, Ross, San Anselmo, San Bruno, San Carlos, San Francisco, San Jose, San Leandro, San Mateo, San Pablo, San Rafael, San Ramon, Santa Clara, Santa Rosa, Saratoga, Sausalito, Sebastopol, Sonoma, South San Francisco, St. Helena, Suisun City, Sunnyvale, Tiburon, Union City, Vacaville, Vallejo, Walnut Creek, Windsor, Woodside, Yountville.

Think you may have been injured by
Medtronic INFUSE® Bone Graft?
Call us now at
or fill in the form below for a free consultation

Were you or a loved one surgically implanted with a Medtronic INFUSE Bone Graft Device?

Yes No

Did you or a loved one experience any of the following symptoms?

Difficulty Breathing
Difficulty Speaking
Ectopic or Uncontrolled Bone Growth
Additional Revision Surgery
Permanent Injury
Sterility or Other Reproductive System Issues
Chronic Leg or Arm Pain
Paralysis or Difficulty Moving
None of the above

What is your age?

0 - 10 years
11 - 19 years
20 - 39 years
40 - 59 years
60 - 108 years

For more information on including our terms and conditions of use of this related site, please visit our parent site and click on the User Agreement at the bottom of the home page.

Do you have a lawyer representing you?

Yes No

Where and when did you or your loved one's injury occur?


Please provide your name and address:

State, Zip:

How may we contact you?

Day Phone:
Night Phone:

Please describe briefly your potential claim:

Please review and accept:

I agree that submitting this form and the information contained within does not establish an attorney-client relationship.
I understand that I will not be charged for the response to this inquiry and that the information received will be general in nature.
I understand that laws may vary from state to state, and while I agree that local counsel may be contacted for referral of this matter, I will not rely on any response as legal advice.

Privacy Policy: This website does not automatically collect any information regarding the domain name or e-mail address of consumers. For consumers who voluntarily submit our inquiry form, we collect name and address, e-mail address, telephone numbers, and inquiry-specific information as volunteered by the consumer. Any information collected will be used only in relation to the specific inquiry from the consumer, and may be shared with third-party partners only as necessary to satisfactorily answer the consumer's inquiry. Consumers may review and change information collected at the time we contact them to answer their inquiry, if necessary. To learn of changes to this policy, effective July 31, 2009, please periodically return to this website and review this statement.

Past results afford no guarantee of future results and each case is different and is judged on its own merits. Some cases result in no recovery. Costs and expenses will be advanced and reimbursed to us only if you recover. You have no liability for costs or expenses unless a court directs. Please do not stop taking any prescription drug without first consulting with a doctor.

INFUSE is a registered trademark of Medtronic, Inc.

The status of information on this website may change; always speak with your licensed physician about your medical decisions. The FDA website may have more recent updates on this and other products of interest to you.

Se Habla Espanol

For more information on including our terms and conditions of use of this related site, please visit our parent site and click on the User Agreement at the bottom of the home page.

Our law firm (Despacho de Abogados) evaluates potential cases throughout the entire United States including Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.

Our lawyers and attorneys (Abogado de Ley) also evaluate potential claims or lawsuits from the following cities: New York, Los Angeles, La Jolla, Colorado Springs, Boulder, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Phoenix, Philadelphia, San Antonio, San Diego, San Jose, Detroit, Jacksonville, Indianapolis, San Francisco, Columbus, Austin, Memphis, Fort Worth, Baltimore, Charlotte, Boston, Seattle, Texarkana, Little Rock, Washington, Milwaukee, Denver, Louisville, Las Cruces, Roswell, Las Vegas, Nashville, Oklahoma City, Portland, Tucson, Albuquerque, Atlanta, Newport Beach, Long Beach, Fresno, Sacramento, La Mesa, Kansas City, Cleveland, Virginia Beach, Omaha, Miami, Oakland, Tulsa, Honolulu, Rancho Santa Fe, Minneapolis, Colorado Springs, Arlington, Wichita, Plano, and Berkeley.

Our lawyers would like to speak to American citizens living abroad in the following countries about any potential injuries from defective medical devices or drugs: Albania, Andorra, Republic of Armenia, Austria, Republic of Austria, Azerbaijan, Republic of Azerbaijan, Belarus, Republic of Belarus, Belgium, Kingdom of Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Republic of Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic of Croatia, Cyprus, Republic of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Kingdom of Denmark, Estonia, Republic of Estonia, Finland, Republic of Finland, France, French Republic, Georgia, Germany, Federal Republic of Germany, Greece, Hellenic Republic, Hungary, Iceland, Republic of Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Italian Republic, Kazakhstan, Republic of Kazakhstan, Latvia, Republic of Latvia, Liechtenstein, Principality of Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Republic of Lithuania, Luxembourg, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, Macedonia, Republic of Macedonia, Malta, Republic of Malta, Moldova, Republic of Moldova, Monaco, Principality of Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Kingdom of the Netherlands, Norway, Kingdom of Norway, Poland, Republic of Poland, Portugal, Portuguese Republic, Romania, Russia, Russian Federation, San Marino, Republic of San Marino, Serbia, Republic of Serbia, Slovakia, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Republic of Slovenia, Spain, Kingdom of Spain, Sweden, Kingdom of Sweden, Switzerland, Swiss Confederation, Turkey, Republic of Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, UK, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Vatican City, State of the Vatican City, Holy See, Republic of Abkhazia, Kosovo, Republic of Kosovo, Nagorno-Karabakh, Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, Northern Cyprus, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, Transnistria / Trans-Dniester, Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic.

Our lawyers would like to speak to American citizens living abroad in the following countries about any potential injuries from defective medical devices or drugs: Argentina, República Argentina, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic, Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Bolivia, Plurinational State of Bolivia, Brazil, Federative Republic of Brazil, Chile, Republic of Chile, Colombia, Republic of Colombia, Ecuador, Republic of Ecuador, Guyana, Co-operative Republic of Guyana, Paraguay, Republic of Paraguay, Peru, Republic of Peru, Suriname, Republic of Suriname, Uruguay, Eastern Republic of Uruguay, Oriental Republic of Uruguay, Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Falkland Islands, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, French Guiana, Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Venezuela, Peru, Chile, Guatemala, Ecuador, Cuba, Haiti, Bolivia, Dominican Republic, Honduras, Paraguay, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, Panama, Uruguay, Guadeloupe , France, Martinique, France, French Guiana.

Any and all drugs listed on this site are the registered trademarks of their respective manufacturers and have no connection to this website or The Mulligan Law Firm.

Information on this website must not be used as incentive to act without seeking counsel from a professional for your specific circumstances.

We would also like to speak with you if you or a loved one are United States Diplomatic Staff or citizens living in the following countries and you have suffered an injury as a result of a defective medical device or drug: Afghanistan, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Kabul, Armenia, Republic of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Republic of Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Kingdom of Bahrain, Bangladesh, People's Republic of Bangladesh, Bhutan, Kingdom of Bhutan, Brunei, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Kingdom of Cambodia, China, People's Republic of China, Cyprus, Republic of Cyprus, Georgia, India, Republic of India, Indonesia, Republic of Indonesia, Iran, Islamic Republic of Iran, Iraq, Republic of Iraq, Israel, State of Israel, Japan, Jordan, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Kazakhstan, Republic of Kazakhstan, Korea, North Korea, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, South Korea, Republic of Korea, Kuwait, State of Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Laos, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Lebanon, Lebanese Republic, Malaysia, Maldives, Republic of Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Burma, Republic of The Union of Myanmar, Nepal, Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, Oman, Sultanate of Oman, Pakistan, Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Philippines, Republic of the Philippines, Qatar, State of Qatar, Russia, Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Republic of Singapore, Sri Lanka, Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, Syria, Syrian Arab Republic, Tajikistan, Republic of Tajikistan, Thailand, Bangkok, Kingdom of Thailand, Timor-Leste, Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste, Turkey, Republic of Turkey, Turkmenistan, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, Republic of Uzbekistan, Vietnam / Viet Nam, Saigon, Socialist Republic of Vietnam, Yemen, Republic of Yemen, Abkhazia, Republic of Abkhazia, Nagorno-Karabakh, Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, Northern Cyprus, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, Palestine, State of Palestine, South Ossetia, Republic of South Ossetia, Taiwan, Republic of China, Akrotiri, Dhekelia, The Sovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri and Dhekelia, British Indian Ocean Territory, Christmas Island, Territory of Christmas Island, Cocos Keeling Islands, Territory of the Cocos Keeling Islands, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China, Macau / Macao, Macau Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China/Macao Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China.

For more information on including our terms and conditions of use of this related site, please visit our parent site and click on the User Agreement at the bottom of the home page.