Metal-on-Metal Hips

Stryker Hip Replacement Recall

Stryker Corporation issued a voluntary recall of the Stryker Rejuvenate and Stryker ABG II Modular hip replacement systems in July 2012. Stryker stated that the metal-on-metal hip implant devices posed an increased risk for fretting and corrosion, which can lead to problems such as metallosis, pain, swelling and bone deterioration. Many patients that have experienced complications from Stryker hip implant failure have had to undergo hip revision surgery.

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Bio-Met Hip Replacements

Patients with BioMet M2a Magnum metal-on-metal hip implants are filing lawsuits against the manufacturer after experiencing complications such as metallosis, premature loosening of the hip implant, hip pain, fretting, and corrosion. 

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Depuy Hip Replacement Recall

DePuy Orthopaedics issued a recall of its ASR hip in August 2010 after researchers found that patients with the devices were more likely to require repeat surgeries. The DePuy hip replacement recall involves approximately 93,000 of the company’s ASR XL Acetabular System or ASR Hip Resurfacing System devices that have been distributed worldwide.

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Wright Hip Replacements

The Wright Conserve Plus Total Resurfacing Hip System is a metal-on-metal hip replacement device that was approved by the Food & Drug Administration in 2009. The hip replacement is manufactured by Wright Medical Technology, Inc. and has been linked to complications including tissue inflammation, infection, pseudotumors, osteolysis, hip implant loosening and metallosis.

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