Stryker, a medical device manufacturing company and its subsidiary, Howmedica Osteonics, have reached a settlement for patients who were required to have revision surgery to correct problems with their Rejuvenate or ABG II modular metal-on-metal neck hip stems. The defective hip design, which was recalled in July of 2012, earned the company about 4,000 lawsuits that were settled in an agreement reached by Court-appointed committees and attorneys. The settlement included any and all patients who received revision surgery prior to Dec. 19, 2016. The defective design had potential for corrosion that led to tissue damage and blood poisoning if the metal ions were absorbed into the bloodstream. The symptoms included ... Read More
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