Medical device manufacturers are responsible for making sure that their devices - devices that are implanted directly into the human body - are safe. When these companies fail to live up to that responsibility, it’s important to have an attorney experienced with medical device litigation on your side.
When a medical device is implanted in a patient’s body, even a minor issue can become life threatening. Manufacturers of devices such as hip implants, IUDs, and other items have a responsibility to protect consumers from harm. When a patient faces injury or even death due to a defective device, the manufacturer may be responsible for compensating them or their loved ones.
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In 2011, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a warning letter to doctors and patients regarding breast implants. The FDA has received hundreds of reports of women with breast implants developing a rare kind of cancer. Patients were never warned of the cancer risk and thousands of women have now been exposed to it.
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DePuy ASR Hip Replacements
DePuy ASR hip replacement systems have been recalled by the manufacturer after years of doctors warning of large numbers of defective DePuy metal hip replacements. Many individuals who received defective hip replacements have had to undergo painful subsequent revision surgeries to replace or even remove the failed hip implants. If you’ve been harmed by a defective DePuy ASR hip replacement, our team of experienced defective medical device lawyers can help you file a lawsuit to seek compensation for your injuries.
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There are a number of medical conditions or accidents that could cause a person to develop a hernia or a weakness in the abdominal wall. Many patients were told a simple surgery with a medical device called hernia mesh would correct their hernia, but these devices have now proven not only ineffective, but also dangerous.
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IVC filters are medical devices designed to prevent blood clots. IVC filters are most commonly implanted in patients diagnosed with deep vein thrombosis (DVT) or pulmonary embolus, trauma victims, immobile patients, and patients at risk for clotting that have recently had a surgical procedure or will soon have one. However, they have now proven to incredibly dangerous.
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The use of a power morcellator during hysterectomies and other uterine surgeries has been linked to increased risk of deadly cancers due to a spread of cancerous cells throughout the pelvic organs.
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The Stockert 3T heater-cooler device has been associated with severe and life-threatening infections. Hundreds of thousands of patients have been exposed to the infection risk, and many required extensive medical treatment to fight infections.
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Transvaginal mesh was designed to help treat prolapsed pelvic organs and stress urinary incontinence (SUI). Now, the FDA has issued a warning that not only is transvaginal mesh ineffective at treating pelvic organ prolapse and SUI, it can degrade and cause significant additional damage. If you’ve been harmed by tansvaginsal mesh, the national defective medical device law firm of Blizzard & Nabers can help you file a transvaginal mesh lawsuit.
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Zimmer Biomet Shoulder Implant
For many patients receiving the Biomet Comprehensive Reverse Shoulder Implant manufactured by Zimmer Biomet, the device offered hope of increased flexibility and function. Unfortunately, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recalled Zimmer’s shoulder implant in February 2017 because the device has a high rate of failure and many patients have suffered complications.
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If you have been injured by a defective medical device, the lawyers of Blizzard & Nabers are here to help. For a free case review with an experienced medical device lawyer, contact us by email or call us at 1-800-349-0127.