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Update on the Biomet M2a metal-on-metal hip replacement litigation.
September 2018 will bring the first trial against Biomet Orthopedics over its M2a-38 and M2a-Magnum hips in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Nash & Franciskato is co-counsel with Maglio Christopher & Toale in Sarasota, Florida on this case.
The injured patients represented suffered from severe pseudotumors as well as tissue and muscle death from their Biomet M2a hip implants. Surgeons for all three victims had to remove the defective Biomet M2a hip replacements, surgically cut out the pseudotumors, and dead tissue, and then put in a different type of hip implant.
A pseudotumor is a non-cancerous soft tissue growth that occurs when metal particles from a metal-on-metal hip implant irritate tissue in the hip. They can grow for many years undetected; however, these growths can cause severe pain and inflammation requiring a revision surgery to correct the problem.
In addition to pseudotumors, since being introduced in 2001, there have been reports of patients developing complications from heavy metal poisoning, tissue death, bone loss, heart problems, vision loss and death.
Questions? Our knowledgeable staff is available at (877) 284-6600.
The manufacturer of the device voluntarily issued a field safety corrective action notice warning European surgeons of problems with the device. The notice warned of a higher than expected revision rate based on data collected by the National Joint Registry for England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Even though there are thousands of patients in the U.S. with the same device, no such warnings have been issued.
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If you were implanted with a defective Biomet metal-on-metal hip replacement system that requires hip revision surgery, contact us today for a free, no-obligation case evaluation.
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