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Did You Have an Exactech Knee, Ankle, Hip or Shoulder Replacement?


What is Happening?

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued an alert to patients and health care professionals about potential health hazards linked to certain Exactech products. The agency has identified concerns with the device's packaging, which may lead to the degradation of plastic parts. Due to the risk of wear and tear, breakage, or fracturing of the device, there is a possibility that patients might need another surgery to fix or replace the implants.

At Porter Malouf, we assert that medical device manufacturers bear a critical responsibility to ensure the safety and reliability of their products. Comprehensive risk assessment and rigorous quality control are vital to safeguard patients from undue harm. In light of the recent FDA alerts regarding Exactech joint replacements, it is evident that all medical devices must adhere to the highest standards to prevent adverse outcomes. Regulatory bodies impose stringent requirements to ensure the integrity of medical implants for the well-being of patients

If you or a loved one has been affected by an Exactech joint replacement device, Porter Malouf is ready to provide support.

Has an Exactech Joint Replacement Impacted You or Your Family?

Recent FDA reports and subsequent recalls have highlighted concerns with certain Exactech joint replacements, including knee, ankle, hip, and shoulder devices. Due to packaging defects, these implants may degrade prematurely, potentially leading to painful complications or the need for additional surgery.

An estimated tens of thousands of these devices have been implanted in patients over the years.

For a discussion about your rights and potential claim, don't hesitate to contact our office today.

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