Lawsuits filed against Wright Medical Technology for Profemur Z Stem Hip Implant – Reports show 11.2 % failure rate. If you have been negatively impacted by a Wright hip replacement and if you would like to be contacted by an experienced attorney who deals with these kinds of cases, please feel free to provide information in the form at the bottom of the page to contact us.
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Why is the Wright Profemur dangerous?
The Wright Profemur hip system may be dangerous because the neck has been known to deteriorate and fail. The modular design of the neck has been found to increase the potential for fretting, corrosion, and failure.
FDA Statistics on Wright Hip Failure
The FDA’s adverse event reporting database indicates that between July and December 2010, there were at least 10 failures of the Profemur Z Stem. Taking these statics into consideration, we believe the FDA should recall the Wright Profemur hip and warn the public as soon as possible.
Lawsuit filed over defective replacement hip
A recent lawsuit was filed by a man who received a Wright Profemur hip replacement in April 2005, which failed in October 2008. The implant reportedly broke during normal use, causing the patient severe pain and permanent physical impairment.
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If you or a loved one has been injured by a Wright hip replacement, you should contact us as soon as possible for a free confidential review of your potential case.