Patients who suffered mesh complications after being transvaginally implanted with C.R. Bard's Pelvicol, PelviSoft, or PelviLace products in the repair of pelvic organ prolapse or urinary incontinence may have legal recourse. Vaginal meshes and slings have reportedly been linked to a number of serious complications including but not limited to mesh erosion and infection. Because the manufacturer may have failed to properly design these products and adequately warn patients and doctors about their side effects, women who suffered mesh complications may be able to file a claim seeking financial compensation.
Suffering vaginal sling complications following surgery with the Bard Pelvicol, PelviSoft or PelviLace? Complete our no cost, no obligation case review form to find out if you can participate in a vaginal mesh lawsuit to seek compensation for damages.
Like other vaginal slings and meshes, the Bard Pelvi products have reportedly been associated with a number of mesh problems in pelvic floor reconstruction and urinary incontinence repair patients. In fact, in July 2011, the FDA released a statement that patients who were implanted transvaginally with a mesh in the repair of pelvic organ prolapse may be at a greater risk for complications than women pursuing other surgical options. These vaginal mesh complications can reportedly include the following:
Due to the number of reported vaginal mesh complications, the FDA advised that doctors treating pelvic organ prolapse repair should recognize that the vaginal mesh is a permanent implant which could complicate future surgical procedures and put the patient at risk for additional complications and surgeries. Additionally, the agency announced that an outside panel of experts would meet in September 2011 to further discuss the safety and effectiveness of the vaginal mesh.
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If you suffered vaginal sling complications after being implanted with the Pelvicol, PelvisSoft or PelviLace, or any other vaginal mesh product, including the Tyco IVS, you may qualify for a vaginal mesh lawsuit. Potentially, vaginal mesh litigation would provide women who suffered mesh complications the opportunity to seek compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering and other damages. To find out if you are eligible for a transvaginal mesh lawsuit, complete our free case review form today for a no cost, no obligation evaluation of your claim.