A New Ethicon Mesh Causes Deaths And Injury
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has atleast 10 reported adverse incident reports of deaths due to a new Ethicon synthetic mesh Device. Ethicon has 100’s of polypropylene vaginal mesh lawsuits filed for the failed vaginal mesh and bladder sling. The Physiomesh is made with the same substance and is another Ethicon fiasco.
Mesh Made Of Polypropylene-
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Physiomesh has increased risks because it was designed with a lower level of elasticity compared to competing hernia mesh products. This may cause poor attachment to the interior abdominal wall and retraction/contraction, ripping and failing.
Complications of vaginal mesh implant deterioration and failure
Severe pelvic, genital or groin pain.
Recurrence of prolapse or incontinence.
Degrading of the mesh.
Urinary tract infections
Ethicon mesh for vaginal prolapse repair or urinary incontinence or for hernia mesh is causing sever medical complications and lawyers are accepting lawsuits.
Physiomesh Hernia Mesh lawyers are filing Hernia Mesh lawsuits for your failed Physiomesh used to repair your hernia. Ethicon voluntarily withdrew the Physiomesh from the market in May of 2016 after independent studies revealed high rates of recurrence and failure from the Physiomesh.
What Is The Physiomesh?
The Physiomesh is a hernia repair mesh made from polypropylene just like the vaginal mesh products.
The FDA originally approved Ethicon’s Physiomesh on April 9, 2010. Ethicon used the FDA 510(k) approval program for the Physiomesh. This allowed them to get it on the market fast.
Problems With The Physiomesh
Numerous studies have shown that the Physiomesh has lower incorporation strengths than the other hernia mesh products. Physiomesh coating issues were observed over time to lead to scar plate formation, but little to no abdominal wall adherence.
Physiomesh: Ethicon Hernia Mesh Lawyers
Speak to a physiomesh hernia mesh attorney to discuss a Physiomesh lawsuit