Published on June 12, 2017

J&J Ethicon Physiomesh Under Fire Again; This Time For Hernia Mesh

Nova Scotia man blames recalled hernia mesh for debilitating pain

Siskinds, a law firm from London, Ont., is applying to certify a class action lawsuit on behalf of Canadian patients who have had problems with Physiomesh.

A surgeon in Dartmouth said he regularly used Ethicon Physiomesh to repair abdominal hernias.

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Johnson & Johnson Under Fire Again for Defective Hernia Mesh Product

Johnson & Johnson’s subsidiary Ethicon is under fire once again for its defective hernia mesh product Physiomesh.

A man from Illinois has filed a lawsuit against the company after he experienced serious complications after ventral incisional hernia repair.

Original report on The Global Dispatch

Florida Ethicon Hernia Mesh Injury Lawsuit

Picolla filed in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida, alleging that Johnson & Johnson and its Ethicon subsidiary manufactured and sold a defective product, which may lead to chronic pain, infection, migration, deformation of the …

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