Manufacturers of a metal-on-metal hip replacement system that injured tens of thousands of patients considered the defective metal hips to be “state-of-the-art” and “the best scientific solution available,” until adverse events showed the devices were failing miserably. Johnson & Johnson unit Depuy Orthopaedics introduced the ASR Acetabular hip implant in 2004. The device was considered revolutionary because unlike traditional hip implants, which are made of plastic or ceramic parts, the ASR was designed with all metal parts intended to be more durable and last longer than the 20 years typically given for traditional implants. Within five years, however, the Food and Drug Administration ... Read More
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