Defective Medical Devices Attorneys
Medical devices are created to help anyone who has suffered a serious injury or medical condition. While we expect these devices to work safely and accurately, poor design or manufacturing can result in defects.
Below is a list of some defective medical devices:
3M Bair Hugger Warming Blanket
Use of the Bair Hugger warming blanket during surgery can lead to serious infections and complications.
Bard IVC Blood Clot Filter
Bard IVC blood clot filters may break apart and move through the body, causing serious injuries.
Biomet Magnum Hip Implant
Metal-on-metal Biomet M2A Magnum hip implants have been shown to fail and cause serious injuries.
Da Vinci Robotic Surgery
A number of FDA adverse event reports have been filed regarding the dangers of da Vinci robotic surgery.
DePuy Hip Replacement
DePuy Orthopedics ASR hip replacements have been shown to fail at high rates and cause pain and damage to nearby tissue.
Ethicon Physiomesh hernia patches have higher rates of injury and hernia recurrence than other mesh devices.
Kugel Mesh Hernia Patch
The Jugel mesh hernia patch can lead to serious injuries and abdominal injuries.
Medtronic Infuse Bone Graft
Medtronic INFUSE Bone Grafts can cause serious side effects, including sterility among men.
Pain Pump Catheters
Pain pump catheters have been linked to permanent pain and other serious side effects.
Paragard IUDs may break apart during removal and migrate to other organs, causing serious injuries and complications.
Philips CPAP Machines
Philips CPAP machines can cause lung cancer when the foam used to reduce noise degrades into particles and is inhaled by users.
Power Morcellators have been shown to spread cancers in women during fibroid removal procedures.
Shoulder Pain Pump
Shoulder pain pumps can cause debilitating shoulder conditions that causes severe pain from bone-on-bone contact.
Smith & Nephew Hip Liner
Patients using R3 Acetabular System metal hip liners may experience infections, sensitivity, loosening and fractures.
Stryker Hip Implant
Patients with Stryker hip implants have reported metal poisoning, bone fractures and painful complications.