A Texas man is suing the manufacturer of the surgical mesh used to repair his hernia, alleging the device was defective and caused infections. The lawsuit was filed against C.R. Bard, maker of surgical mesh and other medical devices. The man claims that shortly after surgery his pain became worse and his surgical site became infected. He underwent a second surgery, where surgeons found that the problem stemmed from the mesh dislodging and eroding. Surgical mesh is a woven fabric used for chest wall reconstruction, strengthening tissues, providing for support for internal organs, and treating surgical or traumatic wounds. The fabric ... Read More
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