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Attune Knee Replacement System

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Recalled in June 2015 for early failure and destabilization of the knee.

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FDA releases six million defective medical device records

Hidden adverse event reports secretly filed by device manufacturers now public
June 24, 2019
The FDA released hidden records of defective medical devices

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It's Time for a Reckoning on Medical Devices

The New York Times
May 4, 2019
Medical device reporting by the New York Times

When the Food and Drug Administration announced last month that it couldn’t guarantee the long-term safety and efficacy of vaginal mesh products — medical devices that have been on the market for decades — the collective response from tens of thousands of women harmed by the products sounded something like this: Duh." The New York Times Editorial Board recommends three changes to the current FDA approval system for medical devices sold in the U.S.

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Hidden Reports Masked The Scope Of Widespread Harm From Faulty Heart Device

Kaiser Health News
May 21, 2019
Heart Device Defect Lawsuit

Faced with the possibility that a bout of abnormal heartbeats could end his life, in 2006, Dr. Marc Sicklick had a small device implanted in his chest that would shock it back into rhythm. Soon he would struggle with another life-or-death choice: whether to remove the Sprint Fidelis, which was deemed dangerous and recalled in 2007 after it had been implanted in hundreds of thousands of patients.

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You had a knee replacement. It hurts like hell. Now what?

Medical Device Watch
March 19, 2019
Knee Replacement Lawsuits NJ

Over 700,000 knee replacement surgeries are done each year in the U.S., giving many people a renewed ability to live life to the fullest. The overwhelming percentage of knee replacements is successful and patients can expect a lifespan of 15 years or more.

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