Hernia patch manufacturer Davol, Inc., a subsidiary of C.R. Bard, Inc., produces the synthetic hernia mesh patch known as the Kugel Hernia Patch. Only the large size patches were named in the hernia patch recall. Hernia repair surgery patients receiving an implanted hernia patch produced between December 2005 and March 2006 have been recalled. Consult our personal injury lawyers for further information regarding affected lot numbers.
Synthetic materials used in repair surgery can be faulty, and at the request of the FDA, Davol, Inc. responded to the specific problem by recalling all hernia mesh patches that had potentially dangerous defective “memory rings” that separate under implant stress. Free case evaluations are available from our experienced Kugel hernia patch lawyers, who will be able to file a medical lawsuit on your behalf.
Health problems from surgical complications can put you at severe risk, and the FDA recommends that all patients implanted with the recalled Kugel Hernia Patch seek medical attention immediately.
Hernia patch repair surgery lawsuits can be strenuous for patients and their families, and hernia mesh patch terminology can be difficult to understand. You can depend on our Kugel Hernia Patch lawyers to research your personal legal rights in the Davol hernia patch recall, and to sort out the confusing medical paperwork. Our law firm has won countless difficult medical cases resulting in millions in compensation for our clients.