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MoM Hip Replacement Can Lead to Heart Problems

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We’ve discussed the risks of metal-on-metal (MoM) hip replacement devices a few times before. The devices are faulty and prone to becoming dislodged or broken. The various parts scrape together which, over time, can leak poisonous cobalt, chromium, and other metals into the bloodstream, causing a host of side effects. Metal poisoning can cause… Read More »

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Cobalt Toxicity From Hip Replacement Can Cause Vision Damage

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There was a time when medical device manufacturers saw metal-on-metal hip replacements as the next evolution of medical prosthetics. They touted the view that metal would last longer and remain more durable than the plastic products then being manufactured. This argument belied the underlying risks of metal-on-metal products. In recent years, evidence has come… Read More »

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What Should You Do if You Suspect Your Metal Hip Replacement Is Defective?

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We’ve talked about it before, but we’ll say it again: metal-on-metal hip replacement devices are dangerously defective. Tens of thousands of patients around the country have suffered pain, debilitation, and worse as a result of defective hip devices implanted over the last few decades. If you believe you’ve been fitted with a defective metal… Read More »

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What Kind of Compensation Can You Get From a CPAP Recall Lawsuit

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As we’ve discussed before, Philips Respironics has been selling dangerously defective continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machines, ventilators, and bilevel positive airway pressure (BiPAP) machines. These machines are designed and built in such a way as to cause patients to inhale or otherwise ingest harmful, toxic chemicals while using the devices. Patients who use… Read More »

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Philips CPAP Recalls: Liability Based on Two Violations

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Last year, Philips Respironics issued a recall of more than 3 million sleep apnea Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) devices. The recall was based on defects inherent in the build of the devices which put patients at risk of severe harm while utilizing the machines. Months later, the FDA chastised Philips for failing to… Read More »

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The Role of Expert Witnesses in Metal on Metal Hip Replacement Lawsuits

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If you were fitted with a metal-on-metal (MOM) hip replacement device, you might have a claim for damages. MOM prosthetic hips carry a long list of risks and undisclosed side effects, and millions of patients have discovered injury and illness connected to devices manufactured by DePuy, Smith & Nephew, Stryker, Zimmer, and other major… Read More »

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Questions to Ask Your Doctor Before Getting a Medical Device

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Medical devices, such as artificial implants, can be a godsend. They can offer a permanent solution to a problem you’ve dealt with either chronically or following a specific injury or illness. Medical devices can, however, be extremely dangerous. Medical device manufacturers are not always the most forthcoming about the risks and downsides of using… Read More »

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Common Medical Devices That Can Be Defective

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Most of us trust our doctors implicitly. When they say we need a certain treatment or would benefit from a particular medical device, we assume they know what they’re talking about. We trust them because we have no frame of reference to compare options or evaluate ourselves–that’s why we go to the doctor. Unfortunately,… Read More »

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Metal-on-Metal Hip Replacement Side Effects

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At one point, metal-on-metal hip replacement devices were hailed as the wave of the future. These devices incorporate a design using both a metal ball and a metal socket that work together to replace failing hip joints. They were meant to be more durable and stable than their plastic predecessors. Over time, however, patients… Read More »

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Signs and Symptoms of Metallosis

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Metallosis is a serious medical condition that has been linked to defective metal-on-metal (MOM) hip replacement devices. In recent years, thousands of lawsuits have been filed against manufacturers of MOM prosthetics as patients discover painful and debilitating side effects months or years after installation of the devices. Read on to learn about metallosis and… Read More »

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