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Physiomesh Hernia Mesh Cases May Be Transferred to Florida

By Mesh Medical Device Newsdesk |

Mesh Medical Device News Desk, March 20, 2017~ Physiomesh is the latest focus of defective product litigation and the number of cases keeps growing.  So much so that multidistrict litigation may consolidate cases, filed in state courts around the country, into one mass tort or MDL in Florida or Illinois. It is the latest, [continue reading…]

2016 – The Mesh Year in Review

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Mesh Medical Device News Desk, December 29, 2016 ~ It may not seem like much has happened in the world of polypropylene mesh implants this year, but a review of 2016 tells otherwise. There have been changes and shifts in litigation and research, albeit moving much too slowly for the 100,000 or so mesh-injured patients [continue reading…]

Record $1 Bill Against J&J Over Defective Metal Hip

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Mesh Medical Device News Desk, December 5, 2016 ~ It might be a new record in defective medical devices. Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiary DePuy Orthopaedics has been hit with more than $1 billion in damages to be paid to six plaintiffs injured by their Pinnacle metal hip implant.  The jurors found the [continue reading…]

Autoimmune Registry Continues to Grow with Mesh-Related Complications

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Mesh News Desk, May 23, 2016 ~ The autoimmune registry and alive and there have been so many comments, it is being posted again so you can continue to comment. The registry is being considered by medical researchers so your imput it vital. If you have any kind of mesh, pelvic, abdominal, hernia and [continue reading…]

SUBROGATION & MESH– What it means and why you must understand it

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By Aaron Leigh Horton Mesh News Desk, October 4, 2016 ~ This story first appeared in October 2016 but deserves to be revived as many are currently in the process of receiving settlement in their mesh injury case. Thank you Aaron! According Dr. Shlomo Raz at UCLA, the leading expert for 100% removal of [continue reading…]

UCLA Partners With Mesh News Desk On Autoimmune Registry of Pelvic Mesh Complications

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Mesh Medical Device News Desk, August 30, 2016 ~ An autoimmune registry is a dream of Hope Pagano, a mesh-injured woman who developed Lupus shortly after her pelvic mesh implant surgery.   Hope felt, as many of you do, that someone should be looking at the autoimmune reactions that women with pelvic mesh implanted [continue reading…]

ProPublica Wants to Raise Awareness on Medical Harm

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Voices of Patient Harm Mesh Medical Device News Desk, May 16, 2016 ~ Please help ProPublica put a face on patient harm. The nonprofit news organization, one of the few that has successfully continued reporting online, continues to explore topics of medical harm and patient safety. The group reports more than one million patients [continue reading…]

Mesh Autoimmune Database and Registry

By Mesh Medical Device Newsdesk |

Mesh News Desk, March 17, 2016 ~ Her name is Hope Pagano and you may have read her profile (here) on the pages of Mesh Medical Device News Desk. Hope, the mother of six and wife to Steven, mentioned to her doctor she had a little incontinence.   His treatment plan was to implant [continue reading…]

Mesh Trial Pioneer Linda Batiste to be Laid to Rest

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MND, August 14, 2015 ~ A funeral is scheduled for Saturday, August 15 in Garland, Texas for mesh-injured  pioneer Linda Elizabeth Batiste.   Batiste died Saturday, August 8th. She had been suffering from cancer. Linda Batiste, 65, was the plaintiff in the first trial to win a jury award against Johnson & Johnson over her [continue reading…]

Faulty design and cleaning procedures in widely used endoscope may have caused superbug outbreak

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By Farid Zakaria, Keller, Fishback & Jackson LLP  An outbreak of a drug-resistant strain of bacteria at a major southern California hospital last February has been linked to a medical device used in the treatment of cancers, gallstones, and other ailments of the digestive system. On February 18, the Los Angeles Times reported that [continue reading…]

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