Physiomesh Hernia Mesh Alert
Vaginal Mesh Helpline announces the Physiomesh Hernia Mesh Helpline with a network of lawyers accepting lawsuits for the Physiomesh. Another Johnson and Johnson product? Will it never end?
The Ethicon Physiomesh Flexible Composite Mesh has increased risks of revision surgeries and hernia recurrence. Johnson & Johnson’s subsidiary Ethicon Inc. market withdrawal of Physiomesh in May 2016 and will no longer sell the product. Contact or new Physiomesh Helpline if you have suffered an injury from a failed Physiomesh.
- Physiomesh Intestinal blockage
- Physiomesh Bleeding
- Physiomesh Perforation
What is Physiomesh Hernia Mesh?
The Physiomesh Flexible Composite Hernia Mesh s made of flexible, non-absorbable polypropylene (plastic) filaments that are knitted into a fabric and then laminated. The Physiomesh is used surgically to repair ventral hernias.
What is a Ventral Hernia?
Ventral hernias usually happen due to a previous surgical incision. They are also called called incisional hernias. 100,000 to 150,000 ventral hernias repairs are performed every year in the United States.
If you have been a victim of a failed Physiomesh hernia mesh contact our new Physiomesh Lawsuit Helpline today