Have you been injured by a defective shoulder pain pump? Consider a chondrolysis lawsuit.
Are you the victim of a shoulder pain pump that malfunctioned after it was inserted into your shoulder following surgery? Have you been diagnosed with chondrolysis?
Research now indicates that some pain pumps that deliver pain medication directly to the shoulder joint by a catheter can cause an agonizing condition called Chondrolysis (PAGCL), which results in the permanent degeneration of shoulder cartilage.
Some of the products under investigation are manufactured by Stryker, I-Flow Corporation and DJO Incorporated.
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