Which Implants Have Been Recalled In The Stryker® Hip Implant Recall?
Stryker Orthopaedics manufactures numerous medical implant devices. The devices targeted by this specific recall are the:
- Rejuvenate Modular Hip System
- ABG II modular-neck hip stem
You can verify the model of the hip implant that you received through a review of your medical records or a conversation with your surgeon.
Serious Health Risks and The Stryker® Hip Implant Recall
Recipients of recalled Stryker hip implants should consult their surgeons immediately if they experience pain or swelling in the area of their hip replacement. While fretting and corrosion are not outwardly visible due to the internal nature of an implant, these physical side effects can often be indicators that your particular hip replacement is defective. In certain cases, a painful revision surgery is necessary to correct health issues related to the recalled Stryker implants.
You May Be Entitled To Compensation
If you or someone you know received a recalled Stryker Orthopaedics hip implant and suffered painful swelling or related side effects that resulted in hospitalization or a revision surgery, contact a Stryker defective product lawyer using our free initial consultation form today. We may be able to help you get the compensation that you deserve for your hip replacement injury.
There is never a cost to get a legal consultation from a nationwide defective medical device lawyer. If you hire a stryker hip injury lawyer, you only pay if the case is successful.
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