Many Medical Devices Work as Expected and Successfully Treat Patients, Others have been Proven to be Defective and Result in Serious Health Issues

By on May 26, 2017 in Medical Malpractice | 0 comments

Technology has helped and enabled pharmaceutical companies to formulate drugs and design better medical devices that can replace, support or enhance, missing or damaged biological structures that will restore or improve a person’s condition. Not all medical devices work as effectively or as safely as these were intended to, however, as some are found to be causing more harm than relief after these are used or implanted. Many different kinds of medical devices that have already been introduced and used in patients; some of these, however, have been proven defective, causing only harmful effects. A few of these include the transvaginal mesh (including Johnson & Johnson vaginal mesh kit and Alloderm mesh), the Stryker ABG II Modular-Neck Hip Implant System, Stryker Rejuvenate modular-neck stems, Depuy hip implant, Zimmer NexGen knee replacements, and the automated external...