Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II Modular Hip Implant
The Rejuvenate and ABG-II modular hip implant were recalled on July 4, 2012. Some patients have even received letters from the Stryker Corporation warning them that their hip implant has been recalled. If you or a loved one has a recalled hip, call The DiCello Law Firm at (888)778-8880 so we can help you get justice.
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Stryker Rejuvenate Modular Hip Implant
Stryker’s “Rejuvenate Modular Primary Hip System” and “Rejuvenate Total Hip System” are now being investigated for possible side-effects similar to those seen in metal on metal hip implants.
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Mentor Worldwide LLC ("Mentor") manufactured and sold a suburethral sling product, ObTape Transobturator Tape ("ObTape"), to treat women for stress urinary incontinence.
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AlloDerm Regenerative Tissue Matrix
Lifecell Corp. made AlloDerm Regenerative Tissue Matrix to fix hernias. Unfortunately, they were not made to last. In some people, after being put in they broke into many pieces.
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Transvaginal meshes (TVM) are surgically implanted into women to correct Pelvic Organ Prolapsed (POP), Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI), or other bladder and urethra issues.
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Bard Kugel Mesh
Bard, a subsidiary of Davol Inc. made Composix Kugel Meshes patches to fix hernias. However once inside of a person, they sometimes break into pieces.
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DePuy ASR™ Hip Replacement Recall
When medical supplies malfunction and harm a large number of patients there are often reasons beyond simple human error.
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NuvaRing® is the brand name for the vaginal contraceptive ring produced by the pharmaceutical company, Merck & Co.. Unlike birth control pills, NuvaRing® uses a form of the hormone progestin that poses a greater risk for developing blood clots.
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