Stryker Spine OASYS Midlines Occiput Plate Lawsuit

Stryker Spine OASYS Midlines Occiput Plate Lawsuit

A Stryker Spine OASYS Midlines Occiput Plate lawsuit may be a viable option for you if you have suffered from a pain-related post-operative pin fracture. This device is commonly used in cervical spinal fusion surgery. However, post-operative pin fractures can occur after a patient undergoes the surgery, requiring revision surgery to replace the implant.

Stryker Spine OASYS Midline Occiput Plate

A Stryker Spine OASYS Midlines Occiput Plate lawsuit focuses on the problems associated with the tethered pins that connect the tulip head to the plate body. The tethered pins can break, causing blood loss, nerve damage, and metallosis. Although Stryker initially claimed the plates were made of titanium, later the company said the device actually contained a combination of metals. This resulted in a recall of the device and subsequent Class I classification by the FDA.

In response to these tethered pins, Stryker announced a recall for the OASYS Midline Occiput Plate, a product used during spinal revision surgery. The pins are prone to breaking after implant, posing serious health risks. This device is designed to promote cervical spine fusion and stabilize the occipital bone and vertebrae during recovery. However, the FDA issued a Class I recall for the product on Aug. 29.

Class I recall

On May 30, 2013, Stryker issued a Class I Recall of its OASYS Midline Occiput Plate, a device used in spinal surgeries. According to the FDA, the recalled parts can fracture during the surgical procedure, causing blood loss and requiring revision surgery. On June 20, 2013, Stryker sent out a letter to doctors recommending that they immediately stop using the recalled parts and return them to Stryker. It also advised physicians to check patients for any symptoms and to contact a Lopez McHugh attorney if they experience any complications.

Patients who have had cervical spinal fusion surgeries may be impacted by the recall because the device’s occipital pin may break, causing nerve damage, blood loss, and metallosis. While Stryker originally said the device was made of titanium, the company later acknowledged that it was made from a combination of metals, including stainless steel and titanium. Although no Australian patients have experienced any complications from the OASYS plate, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is currently investigating a series of reports related to the product’s use.

Revision surgery

The Oasys Midline Occiput Plate is one of the recalled products from Stryker. It was recalled because of postoperative pin fractures, causing injuries such as blood loss and nerve injuries. As a result, patients had to undergo revision surgery to fix the implant. This type of surgery is costly and requires extended hospitalization and medical treatment. The compensation that you receive from a lawsuit could help pay for medical bills and lost wages.

The company has notified patients that they can file a lawsuit if they suffered complications due to the device. This device is widely used in spinal surgeries, and the FDA has issued a Class I recall on it. The FDA issued a safety alert about the device in early August. The pin connecting the tulip head to the plate body has a high risk of fracture.

Pain

A Stryker Spine OASYS Mid-Line Occiput Plate lawsuit is a potential avenue of compensation for those who were injured by this device. This device was approved by the FDA in 2010 and recalled within three years. The company has been communicating with the FDA to improve its safety measures. It is critical that patients who have received this device receive follow-up care to ensure that the device is causing no damage to their spinal cord or compromising their health.

The company is responsible for the recall of its OASYS Midline Occiput Plate. The recalled device caused postoperative pin fractures, necessitating revision surgery. Patients have suffered a range of complications including nerve damage and blood loss. They have also had to undergo revision surgery to replace the implant. This has led to many lawsuits filed by patients and their families.

Blood loss

In a recent medical device recall, Stryker warned doctors to check patients who have received the OASYS Midline Occiput Plate for blood loss. These devices are designed to fix a bone that has a pin that connects the tulip head to the plate body. Unfortunately, the pin can migrate from its intended location, causing internal bleeding. A blood loss lawsuit against Stryker is now possible. To file a claim, all you have to do is fill out the form on the right. After filling it out, a lawyer will contact you and evaluate your claim for free.

This device is not only dangerous, but it also poses a significant risk of nerve damage and blood loss. In fact, the OASYS Midline Occiput Plate is a medical device that was recalled in May 2013. While Stryker originally claimed that it was made of titanium, it later acknowledged that it was made of a composite of metals. The company subsequently issued a Class I recall and requested that all hospitals stop dispensing the recalled plates.

Nerve damage

A recent recall on the OASYS Midline Plate caused a class-one recall on the company’s spinal implant device. Patients with the device may experience post-operative pin fracture and resultant blood loss. A revision procedure may be necessary to replace a fractured implant. This lawsuit is a result of this device’s failure to provide adequate stabilization of the cervical spine.

In May 2013, Stryker began recalling its OASYS Midline Occiput Plate. Its recall was triggered by a report of post-operative pin fractures, requiring revision surgery to correct the problem. The device is primarily used for cervical spinal fusion. But patients who were previously treated with this device are now suing for nerve damage as a result of a faulty implant.

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