There are 31 manufacturers of vaginal mesh and dozens of types of vaginal mesh. The largest manufacturers are Johnson & Johnson’s Ethicon unit, C.R. Bard, American Medical Systems, Boston Scientific, and Covidien. Unfortunately, vaginal mesh has been linked to serious side effects. If you have been injured by vaginal mesh, you could be entitled to compensation for your injury if you file a vaginal mesh lawsuit.
Do I Have a Vaginal Mesh Lawsuit? Collen A. Clark is a true advocate for his clients and is passionate about helping Texans that have been injured or wronged. If you or a loved one has been injured by vaginal mesh, you should contact our lawyers immediately. You may be entitled to compensation by filing a vaginal mesh lawsuit.
Vaginal mesh (or transvaginal mesh, pelvic mesh, tape, or a pelvic sling) is a type of implantable medical device that is placed in the center of a woman’s pelvis, similar to a hammock, as a way to support weak pelvic muscles. It is very common for older women who have had multiple pregnancies to have weak pelvic muscles, which can cause a type of incontinence called Stress Urinary Incontinence or another disorder called Pelvic Organ Prolapse, in which abdominal organs protrude in the vagina.
Hundreds of thousands of women have been implanted with vaginal mesh. Unfortunately, some devices are associated with a high risk of side effects — especially devices implanted through incisions in the vagina. The FDA has warned that serious complications are not rare, and the most common complication is vaginal mesh erosion. Many women who have complications must undergo surgery, but even multiple surgeries may not be able to cure permanent complications.
Hundreds of women have contacted a vaginal mesh lawyer and filed a vaginal mesh lawsuit against the manufacturers of these devices. If you were injured by vaginal mesh, you are not alone. Recently, a woman was awarded $5.5 million in the first-ever vaginal mesh lawsuit. If you decide to file a lawsuit, you could be entitled to compensation for your pain, suffering, medical expenses, lost income, disability, decreased quality of life, loss of consortium with your husband, and more.
Types of Vaginal Mesh
The following is a list of major manufacturers and the vaginal mesh products they sell. C.R. Bard, Boston Scientific, Johnson & Johnson’s Ethicon unit, American Medical Systems, and Covidien are the biggest manufacturers of vaginal mesh. However, there are at least 31 different companies that manufacture vaginal mesh.
Johnson & Johnson’s Ethicon unit manufactures:
- Gynecare Prolift
- Gynecare Prolift+M
- Gynecare TVT (Exact, Abbrevo, Retropubic System, Obturator, Secur)
- Gynecare Prosima
- Gynecare Gynemesh PS
- Bard Avaulta
- Bard Pelvitex
- Bard Pelvisoft
- Bard Pelvilace or Pelvicol
- Bard Uretex
- Bard Uretex (TO, TOO2, TOO3)
- Boston Scientific Arise
- Boston Scientific Pinnacle
- Boston Scientific Advantage Fit
- Boston Scientific Lynx
- Boston Scientific Obtryx
- Boston Scientific Prefyx PPS
- Boston Scientific Solyx
American Medical Systems (AMS) manufactures:
- AMS Elevate
- AMS Perigee
- AMS Apogee
- AMS BioArc
- AMS MiniArc Precise Single-Incision Sling
- AMS MiniArc Single Incision Sling
- AMS Monarc Subfascial Hammock
- AMS In-Fast Ultra Transvaginal Sling
- AMS Sparc Self-Fixating Sling System
Tyco Covidien manufactures:
- Tyco Covidian Duo
- Mentor ObTape
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