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What Is Metallosis & How Is It Linked To Hip Implants?

Many patients that have had the DePuy hip implant have suffered health issues as a result. There are several symptoms associated with the DePuy hip implant including death of the tissue,...

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DePuy Hip Implant Causes Dangerous Metallosis Side Effect

The DePuy hip implant, originally marketed to young and active hip replacement candidates, has been the cause behind a variety of health problems. With side effects such as death of...

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Johnson & Johnson: Hip Implant Case

There have been several medical device and implant lawsuits. Companies have either neglected to notify patients of the risks associated with their medical devices, or they did not properly notify...

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DePuy’s Hip Recall Update

Immediately after the recall DePuy and J & J began a “medical bill reimbursement program. This program allows DePuy to pay for all medical bills associated with follow-up care of...

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Stryker Hip Replacements Gone Wrong

Yet another hip replacement fail is on the rise. Stryker Rejuvenate and AGB II hip stems have been recalled, with lawsuits popping up across the nation. Originally thought to be...

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Stryker Hip Recall

In July of 2012 Stryker Corporation announced that they were recalling two of their hip implants, both the Rejuvenate Modular and the ABG II Modular-Neck Hip Stems. The recall came...

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DePuy Hip Replacement Recall

As of August of 2010, the hip replacement DePuy made by Johnson & Johnson’s subsidiary has been recalled. The reason for the recall is because the rate of incidents where...

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Cost Of Healthcare Sure To Increase With Hip Implants Failure

Medical experts estimate that failed metal-on-metal hip implants may end up costing taxpayers, insurers and other involved parties billions of dollars. Although no hard data exists at this particular point...

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