HERNIA - MESH
If you were given Physiomesh made by Johnson and Johnson's subsiduary Ethicon and C-QUR mesh products including for from Composix, Kugel or mesh patches made by C.R. Bard subsidiary's Davol or any C.R. Bard product made of Marlex prlypropylene please call us to discuss your situation.
Whether implanted laparoscopically or through open surgery, mesh devices are commonly used to strengthen weakened or damaged tissue in hernia repair procedures. The devices are believed to minimize time spent in surgery as well as recovery. If defective, however, they can cause severe complications.
Hernia mesh made of non-absorbable Marlex polypropylene may cause the following injury including:
- Mesh removal and other surgeries related to the original mesh
- Bacterial infections
- Mesh migration
Unfortunately, some hernia mesh complications may be so severe that they cause death.
If you were injured by a defective Hernia Mesh product please call Tatum & Atkinson, PLLC - The Heavy Hitters Today at 800-LAW-0804 (800-529-0804).