An Arkansas couple’s lawsuit against Boston Scientific for injuries allegedly caused by the company’s Tape Obtryx System demonstrates another potential risk posed by transvaginal mesh devices: inflammation triggered by the body’s rejection of the composites used to make the mesh device. According to the lawsuit, Debra was implanted with the Boston Scientific transvaginal mesh device in December 2009 to correct problems associated with stress urinary incontinence (SUI), a condition generally brought about by age and childbirth and marked by weakened pelvic muscles. Women with SUI typically experience unexpected leaking whenever pressure is applied to the bladder from ordinary actions, such ... Read More
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