A new study of more than 35,100 patients who were surgically implanted with artificial hip devices reveals that women are much more likely than men to require revision surgery within the first three years to correct problems with the implant. The research, published in JAMA Internal Medicine, was funded by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and comes amid a torrent of lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson and its orthopedic device unit DePuy alleging the company’s ASR all-metal hip devices caused serious, sometimes catastrophic, injuries in patients. Of the 35,140 total hip anthroplasty (THA) patients studied, female subjects were ... Read More
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