When Dr. Art Sedrakyan and fellow researchers published the first paper on premature failures of metal-on-metal hip replacement systems in 2011, several medical device manufacturers responded by withdrawing their all-metal hip implants. It turned out the failures were caused when the metal parts rubbed against each other, causing metal bits to inflame neighboring tissue and leech into the bloodstream poisoning the blood. “Back in 2011 when we published the first paper on metal-on-metal hips, hundreds of people contacted me and asked if they should be worried about hip replacement in general,” says Sedrakyan, of the Patient Centered Comparative Effectiveness Program ... Read More
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