A Florida woman is suing Johnson & Johnson’s Ethicon alleging the company’s Physiomesh device implanted in her during hernia repair embedded into her abdominal wall, blocked her intestines and caused her chronic pain. Her lawsuit comes just five months after an Illinois man filed a similar lawsuit over Ethicon’s Physiomesh alleging the device caused him to develop an infection, two abscesses and an intestinal fistula. Physiomesh is a fibrous plastic device that is intended for hernia repair. It is made from polypropylene, the same product used in Ethicon’s controversial transvaginal mesh, which has been the subject of hundreds of lawsuits ... Read More
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