Hernia Mesh Implants

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Hernia Mesh Linked to Serious Injuries

Hernia surgery is extremely common in the United States - each year approximately 80,000 repairs are performed. Most surgeons use a surgical mesh product in these surgeries to strengthen the hernia repair and reduce the rate of recurrence. Numerous synthetic mesh products used to repair hernias have caused thousands of patients to suffer from serious medical complications following their hernia surgery. A majority of hernias are caused by a combination of pressure and an opening or weakness of muscle or connective tissue.

Multiple companies manufactured synthetic hernia mesh products that contained a type of plastic known as polypropylene, causing the product to become defective and harm patients. Polypropylene should not be used in permanent medical implants such as hernia mesh. When mesh fibers break down and spread throughout the body, they can cause serious and even permanent injuries.

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The most common adverse reactions from the defective hernia mesh products include:

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    Pain – usually around the hernia site

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    Infection

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    Hernia Recurrence – requiring a second surgery

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    Adhesion – the build-up of scar tissue

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    Bowel Obstruction – caused by blockage of the bowel or intestine

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    Perforation of organs

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    Urinary problems

If a dangerous or defective product injures you or a loved one, call us today. We will speak with you for free and fight to seek justice and the recovery you deserve.

Graves McLain – Serious Lawyers for Serious Injuries

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For years, the FDA issued multiple warnings of these products due to thousands of adverse reaction reports. All of the products are now off the market but men and women who have been seriously injured by surgical mesh complications may have the right to seek compensation for their losses and suffering.

 

To read the full FDA article click here.

We Can Help

We Can Help

If you or a loved one has suffered an injury after hernia surgery, defective mesh could be involved. Call Graves McLain, Tulsa Oklahoma defective product lawyers at 800-390-6600 for a free, confidential consultation. An experienced attorney will review the details of your situation and determine the best course of action. Contact us today toll-free at 800-390-6600email us directly, or request a free consultation online.