People who have received metal-on-metal hip replacement systems should be checked by a doctor every year for as long as they have the implant to ensure the implant isn’t failing or poisoning their blood, says the UK regulator of medical devices. Metal-on-metal hip implants were introduced a decade ago as a more durable artificial hip. Traditional hip implants are made with plastic or ceramic parts, but several manufacturers began offering all-metal versions. The design turned out to be a major flaw. Most hip implants can last 20 years or more, but the newer metal-on-metal devices were beginning to fail at a ... Read More
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