The Wright Profemur hip implant system is designed to act as a substitute for improperly functioning or deteriorating hips. However, recent reports suggest that the replacement system is flawed and considered extremely dangerous.
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In a recent lawsuit filed against Wright Medical Group, a man who received a Wright Profemur Hip Implant claims that the device failed in less than three years. A failure rate such as this is unacceptable in such an implant.
The hip implant neck is designed to compensate for an individuals leg length, but this particular design has been found to increase the potential for fretting, corrosion, and failure. As a result, anyone who has been affected by a defective Wright Profemur Hip Implant system may require additional revision surgery to remove the device.
Side Effects of Wright Profemur Hip Implant & Replacement
The Wright Profemur Hip Implant & Replacement system is considered defective and therefore extremely dangerous. Patients who have received a Wright Profemur Hip Implant may experience traumatic side effects. As a result of the defective product, an individual may experience chronic pain until the problem is fixed. Serious cases require painful revision surgery to replace the defective hip.
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