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FDA Approves New Hernia Patch

Posted on June 3rd, 2011 No Comments

A new hernia mesh patch has been approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration.

The PhysioMesh was approved last month for use in hernia repair surgeries. The patch is a flexible synthetic composite made out of material similar to sutures. The mesh patch is comprised of the material used to make stitches and is so thin that

the tissue of the abdomen grows into it.

The implant mimics the body’s natural tissue, and reportedly does not create any type of pulling sensations after healing.

Many hernia mesh patches that were originally welcomed by doctors as a safer alternative to skin grafts have recently been linked to a number of post-surgical problems. Mesh patches like AlloDerm have many risks and often necessitate additional surgeries.

If you or a loved one has suffered painful side effects caused by a hernia mesh repair patch, such as AlloDerm, please contact the hernia patch lawsuit attorneys of Williams Hart at 800-761-3187.



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