Kugel Hernia Patches (large size only) manufactured between December 2005 and March 2006 were targeted in the Kugel Mesh Hernia Patch recall letter to physicians and patients, and subsequent Kugel Hernia Patch lawsuits. Repair surgery patients who were implanted with faulty Bard and Davol Composix patches have filed lawsuits, and our lawyers/attorneys are ready to protect your legal rights, as patients who’ve suffered severe risk to health and quality of life.
The FDA recall letter specifically states lot numbers and product codes of the defective Kugel Mesh Hernia patches, and advises patients to seek medical attention if any abdominal pain or tenderness persists at the incision site. The recall letter also states that only the large size Composix patches by manufacturer Bard and Davol are involved. The large Kugel Hernia Patches are implanted during repair surgery through a small midline ventral abdominal incision, and the defective memory ring located in each patch can break from placement stress.
Kugel Hernia Patch lawsuits have resulted, with many patients reporting intestinal problems, and other severe health risks due to botched hernia repair surgery. If you have suffered personal injury due to the Bard and Davol Compsix Kugel Hernia Patch, call us today to learn your legal rights from lawyers/attorneys who understand what the Kugel Hernia Patch lawsuits entail.
Kugel Hernia Patch surgical injuries can cause severe risk to patient health. Be aware that the Kugel Mesh Hernia Patch recall is a serious issue if you have undergone repair surgery utilizing a defective Bard and Davol Composix Kugel Hernia Patch. To learn your legal rights, Nadrich Law urges you to contact us for a free case evaluation. We are assisting patients nationwide with Kugel Hernia Patch lawsuits, and we are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our personal injury attorneys/lawyers can help you interpret the complex paperwork involved with the Kugel Mesh Hernia Patch recall.