Mirena

Bayer Pharmaceuticals is under scrutiny after the noted dangerous adverse effects of Mirena. The manufacturer is also in the federal government’s radar for misrepresenting the device and concealing its possible risks to the public. Mirena, an Intrauterine Device (IUD), was originally approved by the Food and Drug Administration as an intrauterine contraceptive and it was

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Pelvic Mesh

In April, 2014 the FDA issued a warning about the mesh saying, ”The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today issued two proposed orders to address the health risks associated with surgical mesh used for transvaginal repair of pelvic organ prolapse (POP). If finalized, the orders would reclassify surgical mesh for transvaginal POP from a moderate-risk

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Medtronic INFUSE

The Medtronic Infuse Bone Graft is a medical device intended to be implanted after bone graft surgery in the lower back as an alternative to using the patient’s own bone to graft to the area. A sponge-like substance is soaked in bone protein is implanted between vertebrae. The bone protein stimulates the bone to grow

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DePuy Hip Implants

DePuy Orthodontics designed the Pinnacle Hip Replacement System for younger patients who need a device to last longer and give them better flexibility and range of motion than previous hip replacements. The metal-on-metal construction was supposed to last longer and eliminate overuse failures experienced with other replacement systems. The metal-on-metal construction is associated with metallosis.

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Knee Replacements

Complications after a faulty knee replacements are unfortunate, but not uncommon. Patients who are adversely affected by dangerous side effects have legal options to receive compensation from manufacturers responsible for this negligence. Knee Replacements are the most common option for those people who are suffering from certain arthritis classifications and avascular necrosis. It provides relief to pain,

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