STRYKER HIP RECALL FOR REJUVENATE AND ABG II
In July 2012 , Stryker announced the hip recall for Rejuvenate and ABG II. Patients experience pain, swelling and adverse local tissue reactions which makes device removal a requirement. Surgery to remove the device is called a revision and can be very complicated. Even if you are not experience any symptoms, Stryker is recommending blood and imaging testing to ensure the device is working properly.
According to current litigation, Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II hip devices are allegedly defectively designed and cause patients to suffer osteolysis, adverse local tissue reactions, issue necrosis and other debilitating complications.
The number of patients joining the class action litigation is growing daily. If you are unsure if you have a Stryker Recall legal action, call or complete our evaluation form. An attorney will contact you directly to discuss your options.