Are you Aware of the Other Side of Hernia Operation?

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A hernia occurs when a part of the tissues of the organ protrudes through abdominal part. This generally happens when a weak spot in the connective tissue or the muscle allows the intestine to protrude through the pelvic or abdominal wall.

What are the major complications associated with hernia mesh

More than hundreds of undesirable events have been associated with the hernia mesh implant surgery. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have named Ethicon Inc.’s Physiomesh Flexible Composite Mesh and Atrium Medical’s C-QUR as two of the most widely used and poor quality meshes.

The FDA’s 510(k) process was used to approve the hernia meshes, which mean the manufacturers did not have to provide any efficacy or safety data to the agency. All they had to show that Ethicon and Atrium’s hernia meshes were “substantially equivalent” to any other medical device that the FDA has approved earlier.

The following are commonly reported hernia mesh complications which often requires surgical intervention:

  • Mesh failure
  • Bowel obstructions
  • Adhesion of the mesh to bowels
  • Perforation of the intestines
  • Migration of the mesh from the surgical site
  • Chronic pain
  • Fistulae
  • Seromas – pockets of fluid that forms under the skin

 

Severe Infection

Faultily done hernia operation can often cause yeast infection which is hardly cared about. It is to be understood if the infections are left untreated for long, no dosage of antibiotics can alleviate the pain or the health condition. Since each body has its type when it comes to accepting or rejecting foreign objects,  some patients might be allergic to the material used for manufacturing the mesh. If the situation worsens, it might require removing the mesh and the corrective procedure can be equally critical.

Nerve Damage

After the approximate recovery time after the hernia operation, if the patients still suffers from a sense of distress, chances are there has been a faulty mesh implant. But if there is constant pain ranging from moderate to severe hurting, the victim should immediately seek health attention.

Mesh Adhesion

As the FDA described the adhesions as “scar-like tissue that sticks tissues together”, most of the time, chronic pain has been the only symptom of such condition. But it can sometimes cause serious life-threatening conditions by obstructing the bowels. Contact the provider right away if any of such conditions prevail.

Allegations Against the Manufacturing Company

The victims of the hernia mesh complications have blamed the mesh makers for hiding the hazardous side effects of the device. Moreover, the companies continued misrepresenting and advertising the device ignoring the hundreds of negative reports submitted to the FDA. In their claims, the plaintiffs can ask for the cost of the ongoing and future medical bills if they faced complications after hernia operation. They can also claim for the loss of earning capacity, reduced capacity of earning, undue pain and suffering and for the loss of a proper quality lifestyle.

Get in Touch with the Experts to Help you Fight the Situation

Patients who have been injured from the hernia mesh implant complications leading to serious health conditions such as mesh failure, bacterial infection, bowel perforation and obstructions, chronic pain or other complexities should take the help of hernia mesh medical device attorneys. Successful litigation of the complex medical cases is only possible if you get in touch with an expert firm who can help fight against the manufacturing giants. The team from HerniaMesh.Online can help you determine if your case is eligible for financial compensation. Get a free evaluation of your case at http://HerniaMesh.Online.

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