Stryker Recalls LFIT Hip Implants Over Device Failure Issues
Stryker Corporation has issued a voluntary recall of its LFIT Anatomic CoCr V40 hip replacement devices. The company sent an urgent recall notification to surgeons late August 2016 advising of potential hazards associated with these devices. Specifically Stryker is recalling LFIT Anatomic CoCr V40TM Femoral Heads manufactured prior to 2011. The following chart shows additional identifying information for this recall.
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Patients are at risk for suffering loss of mobility, dislocation, severe inflammation, severe pain, fracture and other injuries. Stryker warns these implants may give off excessive metallic debris, fracture at the hip stem trunnion, lose bone fixation strength, and disassociate the femoral head from the hip stem causing serious injury to patients.
If you or someone you know has a Stryker LFIT hip implant and has suffered serious injury, contact us. Our product liability attorneys have litigated claims against medical device manufacturers and can advise you of your legal rights and options.