Our Florida lawfirm is currently investigating claims related to transvaginal surgical mesh implants, also known as slings, which have been associated with a very high rate of medical complications and have resulted in serious ongoing medical conditions. Transvaginal mesh or sling procedures are generally performed to repair pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI).
In an effort to repair weakened vaginal walls, a pelvic mesh is surgically implanted into the vagina. This is done with the intention to repair weakened vaginal walls.
FDA Issued Safety Alert
In July 2001, the FDA issued a Safety Alert warning of possible complications associated with transvaginal mesh when insert through the vagina. The alert was targeted towards health providers, doctors, surgeons, and existing transvaginal mesh patients or those contemplating undergoing the transvaginal mesh operation.
The FDA communication for all medical providers was intended to alert them that Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) as well as Stress Urinary Incontinence, also known as SUI, are symptoms associated with known complications.
Contact a Florida Vaginal Mesh Lawyer
If you, a friend or family member, have been affected by a Transvaginal Mesh implant and suffered symptoms please contact our Florida vaginal mesh lawyers today. For more information please contact Bernheim & Dolinsky, L.L.C. at 1-800-474-4089 or contact us online.
Our experienced defective medical device attorneys will discuss your potential case and explain what we can do for you. Please call us today for a free consultation. Our Florida vaginal mesh lawyers handle cases on a contingency fee basis meaning that there are no fees or costs unless you recover money for your damages.
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