Hernia Mesh

Hernia Complications Following a Car Accident

It’s no surprise to learn that a car accident can lead to serious injuries. Operating an automobile is dangerous, even when driving conditions are optimal. Now, the most common type of injury from collisions is neck and back pain. This could be in the form of whiplash, spinal cord damage, or muscle sprains or strains…. read more

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How Do I Know If My Hernia Mesh Has Failed?

If you have undergone hernia surgery in the past, there is a good chance that surgical mesh was implanted into your body during the procedure. The use of hernia mesh can help to strengthen the impacted area and reduce the risk of the injury returning in the future. When hernia mesh fails, however, the results… read more

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Hernia Mesh Lawsuits

Hernia mesh is used in most hernia repair surgeries in the United States. Unfortunately, many patients have reported adverse health issues after getting a hernia mesh implant. Complications arise when the mesh migrates, erodes, or adheres to tissue in the body. Injured patients have filed lawsuits against hernia mesh manufacturers, demanding compensation for their injuries… read more

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Hernia Mesh Key Issue at Americas Hernia Society Meeting

Is hernia mesh dangerous? How did defective hernia mesh devices get to patients so quickly? Can the medical device be fixed? These were the key issues at the Americas Hernia Society’s (AHS) annual meeting. Over the course of three hours, doctors and scientists discussed the controversial medical device. In theory, they believe hernia mesh is… read more

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