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MoM Hips, Dr Stephen Tower Presentation – Essential Viewing

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Dr Stephen Tower discusses Metal on Metal Hip Issues

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Some time back I set up a Facebook Group as an easier venue for discussions but for some dumb reason never really advertised it! But recently it has gained a lot more members and there are some great discussions and support happening.

The address is https://www.facebook.com/groups/total.hip.news/

See you there!

PS. I have backlog of posts but have had family and health issues to cope with.

Birmingham Hip Resurfacing Lawsuits | Dallas-Fort Worth Legal Examiner | Dallas-Fort Worth Texas Personal Injury Lawyer

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Birmingham Hip Resurfacing Lawsuits

Posted by Shezad Malik MD JD

May 5, 2017 10:40

Birmingham Hip Resurfacing Lawsuits.

Rosetta Ventimiglia from Michigan recently filed a product liability and personal injury claim against Smith & Nephew.Birmingham Hip Resurfacing Lawsuits and hip implant failure. Smith and Nephew under fire over its Birmingham line of metal hip devices causing metal poisoning and premature failure according to lawsuits.According to Ventimiglia, the premature failure of the Birmingham Hip Resurfacing (BHR) metal hip device lead her to develop severe metal blood poisoning. Ventimiglia had to undergo painful and risky revision surgery less than three years after the metal hip was implanted.

Ventimiglia succumbed to metallosis from the Birmingham Hip Resurfacing implant after metal fragments were released during the normal grinding action between the cup and metal head.

According to her lawsuit, Ventimiglia was implanted with a Smith & Nephew Birmingham implant in 2014, as part of a right hip resurfacing procedure. She complained about severe hip pain, reduced motion, as well as “clunking” and “locking” sensations in her right hip shortly after the hip implant surgery.

Upon further investigation by her doctors, she was found to have increased levels of cobalt and chromium in her blood and tissue destruction around the hip implant. She was diagnosed with premature failure of Birmingham hip implant and she had to undergo surgery to remove the implant.

Source and full article: Birmingham Hip Resurfacing Lawsuits | Dallas-Fort Worth Legal Examiner | Dallas-Fort Worth Texas Personal Injury Lawyer

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