Depuy Knee Replacement
Did Your DePuy Attune Knee Replacement Implant Fail Prematurely? Across the United States, surgeons perform more than 600,000 knee replacements annually. Knee replacements provide relief, improves mobility, and increases the quality of life. Implants are projected to last more than 15 years. However, due to design flaws and manufacturing defects, the Depuy Attune Implant has had many premature failures forcing patients to undergo painful revisions.
WHAT IS THE PROBLEM WITH THE DEPUY KNEE REPLACEMENT?
The Depuy Knee Replacement used metal-on-metal components with a glue-like substance that held together the Attune Knee and a patient’s tibia bone. Research shows that the glue-like substance could not adhere to the attune knee implant.
KNEE REPLACEMENT REVISION SURGERY
Revision Knee Replacement is much more complicated than the initial surgery. As with any surgery, there are potential risks involved and recovery time is often longer than what it was for the initial surgery.
Because of the high rate of failures in DePuy Knee Replacements, thousands of patients who were seeking recovery from knee pain, will suffer additional surgeries. In addition, more pain and increased risks they will never recover from after revision surgery.
SIGNS OF PREMATURE KNEE IMPLANT FAILURE
If you have a DePuy Knee Implant here are some potential signs of failing implants that you should know:
- Persistent Pain
- Instability or wobbling in the joint
- A decrease of range of motion
- Swelling of Inflammation of the Knee
- Blood Clots
Contact Our Depuy Knee Attorneys For A Free Consultation
If you or a loved sustained injuries from a Depuy Knee product contact our law firm today. Perdue & Kidd has board certified attorneys that can help you. Above all, We take all personal injury cases on a contingent fee basis. Our firm gets paid by securing you compensation.
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