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Polypropylene Resin Not Meant for Human Implants

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Mesh Medical Device News Desk, January 6 2017 ~ The polypropylene resin material  that makes mesh used for hernia repair and transvaginal mesh, is not supposed to be used in the human body.   But that’s exactly what’s happened for more than one million patients.   Evidence revealed in transvaginal mesh trials show its [continue reading…]

Pelvic Mesh and Hernia Mesh- Is There Any Difference?

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Mesh Medical Device News Desk, January 4, 2017 ~ The origin of the female surgical mesh devices is hernia mesh. It was assumed prolapse was simply the female form of a hernia.    Is all surgical mesh the same? By now readers of Mesh News Desk understand whether mesh is used for hernia repair, [continue reading…]

Ten Deaths Associated With J&J Physiomesh Hernia Mesh

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Mesh Medical Device News Desk, December 15, 2016 ~ At least 10 deaths and seven injuries, associated with PHYSIOMESH™ (JNJ) hernia mesh, have been reported to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Device Events worked with Mesh News Desk in preparation of this story. Civil lawsuits that become mass torts involving many plaintiffs, [continue reading…]

Just Beginning Your Mesh Journey? A Suggested Roadmap

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Mesh Medical Device News Desk, November 14, 2016 ~ Mesh News Desk and its editor take calls around the clock from people who are desperately searching for a law firm or a doctor. They are just beginning their mesh journey. Since transvaginal mesh is still being used every day, as well a hernia mesh [continue reading…]

Hernia Mesh Problems Are Not Going Away

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Mesh Medical Device News Desk, October 19, 2016 ~ They Did It Again… And They Aren’t Going to Stop, Hernia Mesh Problems Are Not Going Away and Are Finally Being Recognized Once Again by the Legal Community, Sponsored Content Hollis Law Firm  By now, everyone is familiar with the transvaginal mesh litigation. In the [continue reading…]

Atrium Medical C-Qur Hernia Mesh Lawsuits Moving Forward

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Mesh Medical Device News Desk, July 10, 2016 ~ This article is Sponsored Content written by Brett Vaughn, RN, BSN, and JD of the Hollis Law firm, of Overland Park, Kansas, about Atrium Medical Hernia Mesh and specifically its C-Qur hernia mesh.   As many of you readers know, unlike transvaginal mesh, there are few [continue reading…]

Honor July and Medicine in the Public Interest

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Welcome to Mesh News Desk, July 2016 Welcome to Mesh News Desk (MND), also known as Mesh Medical Device News Desk. For five years, MND has been covering the issue of pelvic mesh and will continue to do so until it is on the front page of every newspaper, every day. That’s where it belongs!  We [continue reading…]

Hernia Mesh Patient Advocate – Many Questions, Few Answers for those Patients

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Mesh Medical Device News Desk, March 23, 2016 ~ They call every day.  Mostly men but sometimes women who have had a hernia mesh implant and are experiencing complications. What doctor will see me, they ask.   Who is taking these lawsuits? The answer is there are few answers for hernia mesh patients.  For some [continue reading…]

Patients Require Long-Term Tracking for Hernia Mesh Infections

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  Mesh News Desk, February 1, 2016 ~ General Surgery News reports January 26, 2016 on a long-term study of hernia patients finds infections can take more than a year to emerge and infections are very common. The study, conducted by the Carolinas Medical Center, in Charlotte, N.C.  found anywhere from 17 percent to 66 [continue reading…]

Welcome to Mesh News Desk

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MND, September 17, 2015 ~ For those of you new to the complications of pelvic and hernia mesh, Mesh News Desk has been covering the issue for more than four years now.   We’ve been to several trials and listened to the evidence.  It’s quite clear that there are problems with pelvic mesh and hernia [continue reading…]

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