If you had a transvaginal mesh (TVM) implant, also known as a bladder sling or pelvic mesh implant, and are currently suffering from painful side effects, many women have experienced the same thing. Complications arising from TVM devices have been related to nine different manufacturers, such as Johnson & Johnson, Medical Systems (AMS), C.R. Bard Inc., Covidien, and Boston Scientific.
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Pelvic mesh devices are surgically implanted in order to correct pelvic organ prolapse (POP) or stress urinary incontinence (SUI). Thousands of female patients have undergone procedures involving TVM implants; however, recent years have seen distressing reports of severe complications from such treatments, resulting in one in ten women suffering pelvic mesh issues. The FDA has even warned the public on several occasions to be aware of the risks involving TVM implants.
The following are the potential injuries or side effects associated with defective pelvic mesh products:
Since the injuries associated with transvaginal mesh are serious in nature, the compensation available to victims can be quite significant. The injury attorneys at Erskine & McMahon can investigate your case and gather evidence necessary to build a strong and effective legal strategy to recover your entitled compensation.