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Hip Replacement

Artist can rest on (or eat off of) her creations

Wow, three hip replacements is quite a number. With regard to defective hip replacement devices, legal experts report that numerous patients filed DePuy lawsuit against Johnson and Johnson. They were the victims of hip implants failures such as loosening, fractures, and displacements. The following are some of the signs that your hip device is defective swelling, pain bearing weight, pain when rising from a seated position, pain while walking, pain on the thigh or groin area, and pain on the hip area. See http://www.depuyhi preplacementlawsui t.com.  (Aug 4, 2012 | post #1)

Hip Replacement

Stryker Recall Harms its Key Argument About its Hip Implants

Know that hip replacement surgery is one of the most critical operations due to the complexities of the procedure.. Just make sure that the doctors are experts on hip surgeries and the devices to be used are safe. Anyhow, hip problems have been one of the major concerns worldwide, especially after the release of data that complications have caused DePuy hip replacements to fail at a much higher rate than other hip replacement models. Just make sure that the doctors are experts on hip surgeries and the devices to be used are safe. Visit http://www.depuyhi preplacementlawsui t.com for more information.  (Aug 4, 2012 | post #1)

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Busted: Wyeth Used Ghostwriters To Place Over 40 "Scienti...

Lawsuits versus pharmaceutical companies seem to increase. For instance, legal professionals say that several clients have filed lawsuits against Johnson and Johnson. They were the ones victimized by DePuy failures and defects like displacements, fractures and loosening. See http://www.depuyhi preplacementlawsui t.com  (Aug 4, 2012 | post #2)

Hip Replacement

Considering A Hip Replacement? Don't Rush Into It

In relation to this, please know that hip surgeries could be fatal to one’s health if defective hip devices are used. DePuy hip replacement device is example of a defective medical product. It extreme cases, these hip devices may completely fail which will result in a more severe health complication. Additional input here: http://www.depuyhi preplacementlawsui t.com  (Aug 4, 2012 | post #1)

Hip Replacement

More Healthy Alternatives To Zimmer

The doctors as well as the patients should however make sure that the medical devices to be used in treatments are safe unlike the defective DePuy Hip Replacement device of Johnson&Johnso n. It has already affected a number of patients just like Zimmer’s. Seek medical advice for more information or you may visit, http://www.depuyhi preplacementlawsui t.com/ for a more comprehensive discussion.  (Aug 4, 2012 | post #1)

Hip Replacement

Knee and Hip Replacement Surgeries Linked to Heart Attacks

Thank you for this information. If you have to undergo hip replacements, see to it that your doctor will be using safe medical products. Just an additional information, recently, various lawsuits have been instituted by law firms in Australia, UK and against DePuy Orthopaedics, Inc. on behalf of their clients who have become the victims of hip replacement surgeries. DePuy is a subsidiary company of Johnson and Johnson who issued a worldwide recall of their hip replacement products. Legal experts report that numerous patients filed lawsuits against Johnson and Johnson. They were the victims of DePuy hip implants failures such as loosening, fractures, and displacements. See http://www.depuyhi preplacementlawsui t.com/ for a more comprehensive discussion.  (Aug 4, 2012 | post #1)

Hip Replacement

Medical Minute: Direct Anterior Hip Replacement

You should know that there are several cases wherein patients experience so much pain after a hip replacement surgery. One reason is a defective hip device. The http://www.depuyhi preplacementlawsui t.com/ provides a wide-ranging information on this.  (Aug 4, 2012 | post #1)

Hip Replacement

First Set of Trials for DePuy ASR Hip Replacements

Just an additional information, news reports have it that there is now an increasing number of DePuy lawsuit filed against Johnson and Johnson because of the defective hip devices they marketed from 2003-2010. For osteoporosis patients, make sure that the medications and medical products you avail are safe, effective and long-lasting. For more inputs, see http://www.depuyhi preplacementlawsui t.com.  (Aug 4, 2012 | post #1)

Hip Replacement

The New Hip Replacement: MDM

For those who are also considering a hip surgery, be informed that DePuy Orthopaedics, Inc. (a subsidiary company of Johnson&Johnso n) has been a target for litigation because of its defective hip replacement devices. Two of these devices have been globally recalled, the ASR XL Acetabular System and the ASR Hip Resurfacing System. See http://www.depuyhi preplacementlawsui t.com for more information on this.  (Aug 4, 2012 | post #1)

Hip Replacement

Complications from hip replacement surgery unusual

You should take note that there are a number of people around the world who have been victimized by defective hip replacement devices such as the ones manufactured by DePuy Orthopaedics, Inc. It is a subsidiary company of Johnson&Johnso n. Legal professionals say that several clients have initiated court actions against Johnson and Johnson. They were among those affected by the failures and defects (e.g. fractures, displacements, loosening) of DePuy devices. More information here: http://www.depuyhi preplacementlawsui t.com.  (Aug 4, 2012 | post #1)

Elderly (Senior Citizen)

Stryker Hip Recall - Styker Hip Replacement

This also happened to DePuy Orthoapedics Inc. As regards hip replacement devices, new data presented at the British Hip Society Annual Conference in March 2011 revealed a failure rate of 21% at four years, and 49% at six years for the recalled DePuy ASR XL hip device. This devices are manufactured by DePuy, a subsidiary company of Johnson&Johnso n. More information here: http://www.depuyhi preplacementlawsui t.com  (Aug 4, 2012 | post #2)

Hip Replacement

9 weeks post op direct anterior approach and is there som...

The best thing you should do is to consult your doctor about your health condition. The various pains you are feeling may be caused by several factors. That’s why you should undergo a medical examination and you should tell your doctor your health history, so that proper diagnosis will be determined. For more information about hip problems, refer to http://www.depuyhi preplacementlawsui t.com  (Aug 4, 2012 | post #9)

Hip Replacement

FDA Calls for Better Hip Implant Safety Studies

On matters regarding hip implants, recently, various lawsuits have been instituted by law firms around the globe against DePuy Orthopaedics, Inc. on behalf of their clients who have become the victims of hip replacement surgeries. DePuy is a subsidiary company of Johnson and Johnson who issued a worldwide recall of their hip replacement products. Legal experts report that numerous patients filed lawsuits against Johnson and Johnson. They were the victims of DePuy hip implants failures such as loosening, fractures, and displacements. See http://www.depuyhi preplacementlawsui t.com for a more comprehensive discussion.  (Aug 4, 2012 | post #3)

Hip Replacement

Anterior Hip Replacement vs. MIS, What's The Difference?

over the years, there has been a lot of confusion with regards to what is a Minimally Invasive Hip Replacement Surgery, is it the anterior approach or the posterior approach. The website of the Muir Orthopaedic Specialists sorted out the confusion well. Common approaches to total hip arthroplasty in the western region of the United States include the well-known posterior approach, which likely represents some 80-90% of hip replacements.The anterolateral surgical approach represents the majority of the remaining procedures. Both of these techniques can be implemented using smaller incisions, which limit the amount of muscle split on the lateral side of the hip; however, they do not significantly change or limit the muscles released during the deeper dissection. These approaches should be referred to as "mini approaches". A minimally invasive approach is considered “valid” when it significantly decreases recovery time and increases early function by minimizing deep and superficial tissue trauma. It must also be able to retain all the principles of bone-implant fixation and preserve the long-term results of traditional approaches. Minimally invasive approaches accomplish the above definition by avoiding or limiting the detachment of muscles and ligaments from bone and also limiting the splitting of muscles during the surgery. The basic principles of hip replacement must remain the same; these include: fixation, stability and maintenance of leg length. These procedures also employ small incisions–between three and five inches–as larger incisions are no longer necessary. It should be emphasized that the size of the incision has little to do with how “minimally invasive” the procedure is. A surgical procedure is classified as “minimally invasive” by what is done subcutaneously, or under the skin. The avoidance of muscle detachment or muscle splitting is what allows the patient to enjoy the benefits of facilitated rehabilitation and a speedy return to normal activities. http://www.depuyhi preplacementlawsui t.com  (Nov 1, 2011 | post #8)