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.
— Spasique (@Spasiques) June 7, 2017
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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