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Your Stryker Hip Implant Could Be Flawed: Important Research Information
According to an FDA Warning issued on November 28, 2007 and released to the public on January 15, 2008, some models of Stryker hip implants may be flawed. The FDA issued this warning to Stryker Corporation after conducting research and inspections of Stryker’s facility located in Mahwah, New Jersey.
Patients who have received a Stryker hip implant, including the Trident Hemispherical and Trident PSL cups, have experienced problems such as fractures, pain, wear particles, fragments and broached bones resulting in bone fractures. Also, some Stryker implant patients with ceramic bearing components have also experienced squeak-like noises when walking or engaging in other activities.
The Defective Drugs and Medical Devices unit at our firm is uniquely qualified to take on cases involving faulty implants.
Hip replacement patients with Stryker implants or those who have undergone replacement surgeries, or who have suffered emotional injuries due to malfunctioning implants, should fill out the form below for a free case evaluation.
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