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Defective Hernia Mesh Lawyers

The Composix® Kugel® Mesh is manufactured by  C.R. Bard subsidiary Davol Inc. It was  designed with a “memory recoil ring” that allowed the mesh  to be folded, inserted through a small abdominal incision and, once in place, spring open and lie flat over the affected area. But, many complications arose. The ring was buckling  or breaking  under the stress of placement.
Our Hernia Mesh lawyers are filing hernia mesh lawsuits for victims  who have  suffered  complications their Composix Kugel Mesh hernia.

Complications From The Hernia Mesh  Include:

      • abdominal abscess formation
      • abdominal tenderness
      • bowel paralysis or obstruction
      • ring migration through abdominal wall
      • perforation of intestinal walls
      • distended abdomen
      • external fistulas
      • fluid in abdomen
      • internal fistulas
      • intestinal or bowel perforation
      • pelvic inflammatory disease
      • peritonitis
      • persistent surgical site drainage
      • sepsis
      • severe persistent abdominal pain
      • need for mesh removal


Composix Kugel Mesh Recall

Specific lots of the Composix Kugel Mesh were  recalled in December 2005 by manufacturer Davol, Inc. after it was realized that the memory recoil ring was buckling or breaking  under the stress of placement. The recall was changed multiple times between December 2005 and January 2007. The recalls were  classified by the FDA as Class I hernia mesh recalls. This is the highest level of recall for medical and surgical device implants considered to be dangerous or defective. They  could cause severe complications or even  death.

If you were injured by a defective Kugel mesh contact us for a Hernia Mesh Lawyer