While surgical mesh has been used for years to implement repairs, offer support and promote healing, there are numerous reasons why some meshes that are currently in use have a propensity to cause pain, infection and even fail—ultimately requiring corrective/revision surgery and additional recuperation time.
Some of the manufacturers of the more popular hernia mesh products are listed below. Some specific product names are listed, but the list is not exhaustive—it’s best to contact one of our knowledgeable hernia mesh attorneys to understand if the maker of your mesh is one known to have problems.
Atrium – C-Qur hernia mesh
C.R. Bard (Davol) – 3D Max, Kugel, Composix, Sepramesh and Ventrio meshes
Covidien (Tyco) – Parietex and Surgipro mesh
Ethicon/Johnson & Johnson – Physiomesh
We have helped many individuals who have suffered after undergoing a hernia repair with mesh. Our experienced legal team can evaluate your specific case with no out-of-pocket cost to you—the evaluation is free.
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