Physiomesh Lawsuit Alleges Woman Underwent Multiple Surgeries Due to Hernia Mesh Failure

   

Physiomesh Lawsuit Filings Contend The Hernia Mesh Fails And Causes Patients To Suffer Inflammation, Bowel Obstruction, Abdominal Pain, And Other Injuries.

hernia-mesh lawsuits-physiomesh-lawsuit-physiomesh-failures-recall-complications-problems-lawyerA Physiomesh lawsuit has been filed on behalf of a Florida woman who had an adverse reaction to the hernia mesh and had to undergo multiple surgeries as a result. This complaint is similar to other lawsuits that allege Ethicon Inc.’s Physiomesh Flexible Composite hernia mesh causes implant patients to suffer chronic pain, bowel obstruction, infection, inflammation and other serious complications. The hernia mesh complaints contend Ethicon, Inc., a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary, failed to adequately warn about the risks associated with the device which the company withdrew from the global market in May 2016.(Physiomesh Lawsuit Case No. 8:17-cv-00694, U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida)

Southern Med Law is aware of the legal and medical issues surrounding the Physiomesh Composite mesh and is currently representing a Texas woman who suffered severe bodily injuries from the device.

“We continue to speak to men and women who say they have suffered debilitating pain and experienced serious complications after their Physiomesh device failed,” says Dr. François Blaudeau, founder of Southern Med Law.

Southern Med Law offers no-obligation legal reviews on cases of hernia mesh failure. If you believe you have suffered serious hernia mesh injuries from Physiomesh Flexible Composite Mesh, you may be entitled to compensation from Ethicon. To speak with one of the firm’s attorneys regarding Physiomesh lawsuits, you can call 1-205-547-5525 or visit southernmedlaw.com for further information or to fill out an online contact form.

According to the recently filed complaint, the Florida woman was implanted with a 15×20 cm Physiomesh Composite mesh in December 2010 to repair an incisional hernia. The hernia mesh failed, however, and the plaintiff had to undergo invasive surgery to have the device removed. The plaintiff underwent another invasive surgery to repair the hernia that the Physiomesh was initially implanted to treat, the complaint said. The lawsuit contends the Physiomesh was defective and Ethicon did not adequately warn or inform the plaintiff or her doctor about the risks associated with the hernia mesh. (Physiomesh Lawsuit Case No. 8:17-cv-00694, U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida)

Physiomesh Flexible Composite Mesh is used in minimally invasive ventral hernia repair. The synthetic device has a unique multi-layer coating which is designed to reduce or minimize adhesion and inflammation and to facilitate incorporation of the mesh into the body. Conversely, Physiomesh lawsuits claim the multi-layer coating prevents adequate incorporation of the mesh into the body and results in serious complications. In May 2016, Ethicon voluntarily withdrew the Physiomesh Flexible Composite Mesh from the global market after unpublished data from two large European hernia registries showed higher rates of revision surgeries and hernia recurrence with Physiomesh compared to similar mesh devices.
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Due to the growing number of Physiomesh lawsuits being filed in federal courts nationwide, plaintiffs involved in pending cases are seeking consolidation of all federal Physiomesh Flexible Composite Mesh lawsuits. In March, the plaintiff asked the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation to transfer 18 pending hernia mesh complaints, as well as Physiomesh lawsuits filed in the future, to the Middle District of Florida, where six complaints are already filed. The hernia mesh complaints are pending in nine different federal courts but commonly allege that Physiomesh erodes, adheres to internal organs, causes bowel obstruction, abdominal pain and other serious injuries in patients implanted with the device. (In Re: Ethicon Physiomesh Lawsuits – MDL No. 1722 Hernia Mesh Products Liability Litigation)

About Southern Med Law And Filing A Physiomesh Lawsuit

The Southern Med Law Attorneys are aggressive and effective advocates for those who have suffered injuries as alleged from Physiomesh Flexible Composite Mesh and other medical devices. Led by Dr. François Blaudeau, Southern Med Law’s legal team has worked hard to develop a strong reputation in healthcare litigation. If you or someone you care about have been harmed by the Ethicon Physiomesh Flexible Composite Mesh, please contact Southern Med Law today to learn more about your legal rights. Call today for a free, no obligation hernia mesh lawsuit review by filling out our online form, or by calling the office directly at 205-547-5525.

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Dr. François M. Blaudeau, MD JD FACHE FCLM Esquire
2224 1st Avenue North
Birmingham, Alabama 35203
Phone: 205-547-5525
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