Physiomesh Flexible Composite Hernia Mesh. You May Be Eligible For A Hernia Mesh Lawsuit!

Physiomesh lawsuits have started to mount across the country. The Hernia Mesh Lawyers at Alonso Krangle LLP understand that the problem caused by this mesh and are currently investigating claims of injured parties.

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You may be eligible to file a Physiomesh lawsuit against Ethicon—the manufacturer of this surgical mesh product, if you have suffered serious side effects. But, before we discuss Ethicon Physiomesh Hernia Mesh Lawsuit, let’s see what is Physiomesh and the problems associated with it!

Physiomesh: What is it?

Physiomesh Flexible Composite Hernia Mesh is a kind of surgical mesh product utilized to cure a number of hernias with a minimum invasive surgery.

Physiomesh: Its Components

The manufacturer Ethicon used polypropylene in the base layer of Physiomesh, the same product that the company used in their transvaginal mesh & bladder slings and also faced tens of thousands lawsuits from users. Ethicon added an absorbable film coating on either side of polypropylene used in Physiomesh as a safety feature. However, the company could not stop the destruction caused by this defective surgical product.

For those who don’t know, polypropylene when comes in direct contact with human tissues can prove to be dangerous.

Physiomesh: A Poor Design

The company may have known from the beginning that Physiomesh was a poorly designed surgical product and was very dangerous to insert in patients. A coated hernia mesh, Physiomesh boasted of a heavy coating on either sides of mesh—something that claimed to prevent bowel from coming in direct contact with polypropylene. Polypropylene is a substance that’s sure to stick to any human tissue and if former sticks to bowel, it can result in severe injuries. On the other hand, if polypropylene is not exposed, it means hernia mesh is not incorporated properly into abdominal wall. As a result, Physiomesh floats and moves around in the patients’ abdominal cavities.

Physiomesh: Various complications associated with its use

  • Pain
  • Hernia Recurrence
  • Infection
  • Adhesion (scar-like things that stick tissues together)
  • Mesh movement or migration
  • Intestinal blockage
  • Mesh shrinkage or contraction
  • Damage to nearby human organs
  • Need for surgical revisions

Physiomesh: Important Facts about the Product

Please note that you’ll need hernia mesh device tags if you want to file Physiomesh lawsuit against Ethicon. Also called as, “Product Traceability Label”, these labels will have information such as this:

  • Manufacturer’s name: Ethicon
  • Product’s Size: 15×20cm
  • Catalog Number: PHY1520V
  • Expiration Date: October, 2014
  • LOT Number: EM8DDQA0

Physiomesh Injuries: File a Hernia Mesh Lawsuit

If you are one amongst many who has been injured by Physiomesh, then you should consult with a lawyer. Alonso Krangle LLP will suggest the best course of action and will also make sure that your case is handled individually and not as a class action.

So, don’t think twice! If you’ve suffered complications associated with Physiomesh Flexible Composite Hernia Mesh, it’s high time you seek help from Alonso Krangle LLP and get what you truly deserve.

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