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Complications From A Hernia Mesh Repair?
Has the Hernia Returned?Patients are having complications from the Ethicon defective recalled hernia mesh. Hernia mesh lawyers are accepting lawsuits. The U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (JPML) is scheduled to hear oral arguments about consolidating federally filed lawsuits involving Atrium Medical Corp.’s C-Qur line of polypropylene surgical mesh for hernia repair. Hernia mesh lawyers expect that an MDL for Ethicon’s Physiomesh will be formed soon given the number of cases coming forth.
Florida Physiomesh Lawsuit FiledThere has been a Florida lawsuit filed on December 27, 2016 in the U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida for complications associated with the defective mesh. It was necessary for this woman to go thru additional hernia revision surgery. An abdominal bulge, recurrent hernia, pain, and adhesion was suffered Her lawsuit claims that the Physiomesh Composite mesh patch for her hernia surgery was not reasonably safe. The risks of the design outweighed any potential benefits. (Case No. 8:16-cv-03502-JDW-JSS)
Hernia Mesh Lawyers Are Filing Lawsuits
There has been a need for revision surgery due to:
- Severe Abdominal Pain
- Organ Perforation, Adhesions or Erosion
Surgical Removal of Hernia Mesh Lawsuits
Hip Replacement LawsuitsMany of the Hip replacement manufacturers of the metal-on-metal hip implants have recalled their implants for functional defects. There have been settlement offers on hip replacements for victims of a faulty hip implant or cobalt and chromium poisoning to the blood stream.
Hip Replacement Revision Surgery LawsuitsHip replacement or revision surgery is one of the most common orthopedic procedures performed in the United States. There have been numerous defective implants placed on the market resulting in needles pain, suffering and revision surgeries
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Below is a list of cases our hip replacement lawyers will take a look at.
- Stryker Rejuvenate Modular Neck Cases – All
- Stryker ABG II Modular neck Cases – All
- Stryker Accolade (TMZF) Stem cases with Cobalt Chromium modular heads. These stems have the potential for significant head neck corrosion – All cases with Metallosis.
- Wright Medical Conserve Cup (MOM) cases – ALL
- Wright Medical Profemur Stem Cases (this is their modular neck design)- These cases are prone to Fracture (either the titanium or CoCr necks) and Metallosis. ALL.
- Depuy ASR – ALL
- Depuy Pinnacle Metal on Metal (MOM) with modular heads greater than 36 mm.
- Zimmer Durom Cup cases with modular heads greater than 36 mm.
- Zimmer M/L Taper Kinectiv Stem cases (this is their Modular neck design)- All cases with Metallosis.
- Biomet M2A 38mm / Magnum MOM cases. ALL cases with Metallosis.
- DJO / Encore MOM hip cases. All cases revised due to Metallosis.
- Omnilife Apex Arc – This is a smaller manufacturer but this device is a mixed metal modular neck device. ALL
- Smith & Nephew R3 (MOM) cup cases. Only cases that have metallosis and were revised or need a revision.
- Smith & Nephew SMF stem (this is their mixed metal modular neck product). We have not seen many of these yet but, our hip replacement lawyers are interested in them.
Hip Implnat lawyers in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Ft Myers, Melbourne, Jacksonville, Pensacola, Tampa, Sarasota, Bradnenton, Ocala, Vero Beach and all of Florida are investigating claims by floridians against Stryker and DePuy for complications and revisions.
The DePuy Asr and DePuy Pinncale have been recalled, as wel as the Stryker ABG II Modular Stems and Rejuvuante for complications. The DePuy is a matal on metal while the Stryker's are metal component but, they both are having the same complications.
- Metal toxicity and ions in the blood
- High levels of Chromium or Cobalt in the blood
- pain and discomfort
- Dislocation at the site location
It should also be noted that hip implants in women have a 29 percent higher failure rate than in men, Medpage Today reported. Researchers at the Permanente Research Group in San Diego published the study in the February 2013 issue of JAMA Internal Medicine.
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