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Category: Hip Implants

Hip Implant Recall

April 5, 2012

High Failure Rate of Hip Implants

The MITCH TRH components affected by this warning were manufactured by Finsbury Orthopaedics and distributed by Stryker in the U.K. From May 2006 to October 2011. Finsbury was acquired by DePuy Orthopaedics in 2009, which is a division of medical device maker Johnson &…

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Physical Therapy

May 17, 2011

In most cases, before a new product can enter the market, the product manufacturing company is required to perform clinical trials in order to ensure the product’s safety and effectiveness. However, some manufacturing companies may be taking advantage of a loophole which may allow certain products to enter the…

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AVAL Lesions

May 17, 2011

DePuy Orthopaedics, a division of Johnson & Johnson, developed these hip implants in July 2003, and because of a higher than normal failure rate, recalled both devices in 2010. Unfortunately, this recall came too late for thousands of individuals who have already received the DePuy total hip replacement or…

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Injuries from Defective and Dangerous Products

January 19, 2011

Most people expect the products that are made available to us on a daily basis to be safe and not likely to cause us any harm when used in the capacity for which they are intended. These products serve a range of purposes, from children’s toys to prosthetic devices…

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Hip Physical Therapy

January 13, 2011

Why Hip Physical Therapy is Needed

Hip pain is an issue that many people face, especially following hip surgery. Severe hip pain can affect numerous aspects of a person’s comfort, including the ability to walk up and down the stairs, to pick up your child without pain and to bend…

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Depuy Hip Replacement

January 12, 2011

DePuy hip replacement and resurfacing implants may expose patients to devastating complications, including metal blood poisoning, chronic pain, loss of mobility, and the need for revision surgery.

Metal-on-metal hip implants manufactured by DePuy Orthopaedics, a subsidiary of medical device maker Johnson & Johnson, may be prone to early failure and…

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