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Ti Synex Vertebral Body Replacement (VBR) Devices Recalled. Get Information and Help from Our Dangerous Medical Device Lawyers.
Our lawyers are currently investigating cases of individuals who received a Ti Synex VBR device when undergoing back surgery who suffered health complications. The FDA issued a Class 1 recall of the devices after an investigation revealed that patients who received the devices were at risk for serious injury.
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In September 2009, Synthes USA, a West Chester, PA-based medical device company, began to alert hospitals and healthcare professionals regarding reports of adverse health effects linked to their TI Synex vertebral body replacement (VBR) devices.
The devices were designed to be surgically implanted in patients who developed serious damage to the vertebral body caused by a traumatic injury (such as an accident), cancer tumors or other serious diseases.
Potential of VBR Device Failure
Synthes released the advisories after an investigation into reports of several patients who received the devices who developed serious complications after the VBR devices failed.
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If you or a loved one has suffered an injury caused by the implantation of a TI Synex VBR device, our lawyers may be able to help you to seek compensation for your injuries, pain and suffering and other financial compensation.
Please complete the form on this page for a free review of your potential lawsuit. A Weitz & Luxenberg representative will contact you as soon as possible.
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