Surgical Mesh Devices
Surgical Mesh Devices: 1,000 Reports Of Serious Side Effects Prompt Lawsuits
The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has said that it has received over 1,000 reports of adverse side effects concerning transvaginal surgical mesh devices used to treat pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI). But, what are these devices, who makes them, why are they dangerous and most importantly - what should you do if you've been injured? Here are answers to those questions...
Surgical Mesh Device Injury Victims: What Legal Remedies Are Available To You?
If you've been treated for pelvic organ prolapse (POP) or stress urinary incontinence (SUI) with a transvaginal surgical mesh device made by American Medical Systems, Bard, Boston Scientific Scimed, Caldera, Ethicon, Gynecare, Johnson & Johnson, Mentor or Sofradim and have been injured due to the side effects being reported to the FDA, you may have legal remedies available to you.
More & More Surgical Mesh Lawsuits Being Filed Against C.R. Bard & Many Others
More product liability lawsuits are being filed against medical device manufacturer, C.R. Bard and many others over injuries sustained from surgical mesh implants. The latest lawsuit involves a West Virginia woman who suffered significant mental and physical pain, permanent injury and deformity, the loss of a bodily organ system and has undergone and will have to undergo corrective surgeries.
Defective Hernia Surgical Mesh May Cause Chronic Pain, Bowel Obstructions, and Other Complications
A growing number of patients are seeking legal assistance due to complications that arose after they were treated for a hernia with a surgical mesh implant. Understanding the problem is an important first step for injured patients who want to protect their right to receive compensation.