Irish health regulators have ordered a major review of all patients with artificial hips made with all metal parts. The order follows an investigation last year by the United Kingdom’s medical devices regulatory agency during which it was recommended that patients with metal-on-metal hip replacement systems be checked on a regular basis for indications of device failure and a type of metal poisoning caused when the device begins to corrode. Traditional hip implants are made with ceramic or plastic parts. A decade ago manufacturers introduced devices made with all metal parts expecting they would be more durable. However, the devices ... Read More
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