Hip Replacement Recalls: 5 Device Makers to Note

Patient reports of injuries and severe complications following hip implant surgery in Mississippi and other states have prompted hip replacement recalls, as well as lawsuits that allege the device makers’ products were defective. Mississippi metal-on-metal hip replacement attorneys note five hip replacement recalls and the device makers, which are listed below.

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5 Recalls Patients Should Know About

 Metal-on-metal hip attorneys note the following five current or former hip replacement recalls and device makers:

  • Zimmer – Zimmer issued a recall of the Durom Cup, sometimes also known as the Durom Acetabular Component. The recall was eventually lifted, although claims have still been brought against the company.
  • Wright Medical Technology – Wright issued a recall for its entire Conserve line of hip implants. This recall encompasses numerous metal-on-metal hip replacement systems.
  • Stryker Orthopaedics – The ABG II and Rejuvenate hip replacement systems by Stryker are noteworthy for their interlocking neck and stem components. Reported corrosion and fretting on these devices led to a recall.
  • Smith & Nephew – Smith & Nephew issued a recall for the R3 Acetabular metal liner, a component made of high carbide cobalt chrome.
  • DePuy Orthopaedics – The recall issued by DePuy Orthopaedics involved the entire ASR line of products. Side effects reported with these products include allergic reactions and cobalt poisoning.

Injured Patients May Be Entitled to Compensation

Medical device makers have a duty to provide safe products. If they breach this duty, they can be held liable if a patient is injured. Patients who suffer complications after hip replacement surgery may be entitled to compensation for their injuries, including:

  • Past and future medical expenses
  • Pain, suffering, and mental anguish
  • Loss of income
  • Loss of ability to work

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