Atrium Medical Corp.’s C-QUR hernia mesh products are coated with a fish oil derivative similar to the Omega 3 nutritional supplement, intended to limit adverse effects, but the fish oil along with the defective design and manufacture of the device only worsen the hernia mesh side effects, according to hundreds of people suing the company. More than 335 people have filed lawsuits against Atrium in U.S. District Court in Concord. The lawsuits charge that Atrium hernia mesh caused an “unreasonable risk of severe adverse reactions.” The fish oil did not prevent adverse events from occurring, the lawsuits contend. It created ... Read More
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