Medical Implant Recalls

 Medical implants are constantly improving in the United States. With Americans living longer it appears that in many instances we are outliving our body parts! Millions of Americans currently rely on such devices. Medical implants can take the form of various devices, like artificial joints, heart devices, and surgical mesh. With the increasing use of…

Medical Devices and Personal Injury

 Americans enjoy the benefits of extensive research with medical devices. Medical device manufacturers create a variety of devices to cure, fix, and support a variety of ailments. These devices can range from something as simple as a tongue depressor to something more complex like a medical implant device. Such devices are regulated by the Food…

FDA: Few Reasons To Continue Using Metal-On-Metal Hip Implants

 The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has concluded that metal-on-metal hip implants are more likely to break down after being implanted, resulting in potential danger from exposure to metallic particles. It was originally believed that the metal-on-metal hip implants would be more durable and longer lasting than their plastic or ceramic counterparts. However, some…