Medical Device Injuries
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Study reveals pelvic mesh should have been banned
The results of a new study of over 50,000 women indicated pelvic mesh should have been taken off the market much earlier than it was.
Echelon Flex Surgical Stapler Recall Lawsuit
Ethicon issued a Class I recall of its Echelon Flex surgical staplers because the device can freeze up during surgery, posing a serious risk to the patient.
Medtronic Pacemaker Lawsuit
The Medtronic pacemaker has been linked to battery depletion due to a crack in the device’s Lithium Ion capacitor, leading to a possibly fatal outcome.
FDA Withdraws Two Transvaginal Mesh Products Recall Lawsuit
Two companies that manufacture transvaginal mesh devices were ordered by the FDA to withdraw their products from the market.
Surgical Stapler Recall Lawsuit
The U.S. Food & Drug Administration will be investigating reports on surgical staplers after a recent article highlighted and exposed ‘hidden’ reports embedded within the agency. The Lawyers at Johnson//Becker would like to speak with you if you or a loved one have experienced complications or side effects from a surgical stapler. Learn more about the surgical stapler lawsuit and our product liability lawyers below.
FDA May Release Hundreds of Thousands of Adverse Event Reports to The Public
In a sharp reversal of tone from our previous article titled, “FDA Hides Millions of Adverse Reports,” outgoing FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb ‘tweeted’ (in part) that the agency tasked with protecting Americans from dangerous …
FDA Hides Millions of Adverse Reports
For the last 20 years, the FDA has been filing thousands of device failure reports from the public under an exemption program for manufacturers.
Bard Withdraws Women’s Hernia Mesh from EU Market
Bard announced it would be withdrawing its controversial women’s hernia mesh implantation devices from the European market.
Bone Cement Lawsuit
Certain cement used in knee replacement surgery has caused many Americans to undergo revision surgery, as the cement fails to stay bonded to the bone.