Surgical Mesh Lawsuit Funding
Different types of mesh products were available in the market, but surgeons usually use a sterile, woven material made from a synthetic plastic-like material, such as polypropylene. It was employed to strengthen tissues, provide support for internal organs, up to treat surgical and traumatic wounds. Common usage of surgical mesh operations are for Hernia Repairs, Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) and Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI).
Surgical Mesh for Hernia Repairs
Hernia occurs when an increased in pressure rises inside the abdomen. Though it may be present at birth, a distinctive bulge would be noticeable until later in life. An increase in pressure on the abdominal wall tissue was due to poor nutrition, smoking and heavy lifting, fluid in the abdomen, chronic cough and chronic constipation. Hernia mesh is a product used in hernia repair. It comes from implant-grade plastics that were formed into grid which holds herniated organs in place so new lattice of tissue could grow.
FDA Warns for Hernia Repairs
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned the public about undergoing surgical mesh for Hernia repair. FDA said that they have received reports about complications associated with the mesh. According to the report, “The complications include adverse reactions to the mesh, adhesions (when the loops of the intestines adhere to each other or the mesh), and injuries to nearby organs, nerves or blood vessels”. Infection, chronic pain and hernia recurrence were other complications happened with or without the mesh.
Surgical Mesh for POP and SUI
The Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) is a common condition that affects women where the pelvic organs can sag or droop down on the vagina or rectum. The symptoms of POP include vaginal bulging, urinary leakage, difficulty emptying the bladder and constipation. Though there were non-surgical operations that can be conducted, surgical mesh is the best way to repair significant POP problems. An approximate of 250, 000 procedures were performed every year in the U.S. for POP, but many women undergo another procedure due to failures of previous treatments.
Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) is another medical condition in women where the urethra moves downward at times of increased abdominal pressure from pregnancy and aging. Similar to POP, surgical mesh was the only option so SUI can be treated aside from the non-surgical treatments that were proven ineffective.
Surgical Mesh Lawsuits
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