FDA Proposes Transvaginal Mesh Classified to High Risk

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It appears after six years and thousands of lawsuits for transvaginal mesh injuries, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is proposing to reclassify the surgical mesh for pelvic organ prolapse (POP) repair to a “high-risk device.” Med Page Today, a news service for physicians, published an article titled: “FDA Wants High-Risk Label for Transvaginal … Read More

Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuits and Litigation

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An action group called Corporate Action Network (CAN) turned up the volume on transvaginal mesh lawsuits and surgical mesh manufacturer, Johnson & Johnson. A Med City News article reports that CAN is attempting to bring public awareness through social media about transvaginal mesh injuries to women implanted with a Johnson and Johnson transvaginal mesh product. … Read More

Transvaginal Mesh Manufacturer said to Pay $16 Million to Settle Lawsuits

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A recent article in Bloomberg titled “Coloplast Said to Pay $16 Million to Settle Mesh Lawsuits” brings to light more issues with defective transvaginal mesh products.  It was reported that Coloplast, manufacturer of transvaginal mesh inserts, agreed to pay $16 million to settle mesh lawsuits. The article states that in 2012, the FDA ordered Coloplast, … Read More

Urinary Incontinence and Transvaginal Mesh Problems

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The WomensHealth.gov “Urinary Incontinence Fact Sheet” highlights how changes in a women’s body after life events such as childbirth and menopause can cause Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI). Some women suffering with SUI have elected surgery to correct this often embarrassing issue. However, the medical device used to correct their loss of bladder control, Transvaginal Mesh, … Read More