Atrium C-QUR Hernia Mesh Complications
Nadrich & Cohen, LLP is an experienced defective hernia mesh law firm representing victims of the Atrium C-QUR hernia mesh device.
The Atrium C-QUR mesh is a polypropylene surgical mesh which was marketed for both open and laparoscopic (closed surgeries) when the surgical mesh is needed for a hernia repair procedure.
The C-QUR mesh began to be distributed nationally in 2006. It reached the marketplace due to Atrium obtaining 510k approval which means that Atrium was able to prove to the FDA that the C-QUR OVT mesh was substantially equivalent to other hernia mesh implants then on the marketplace. As a result, Atrium did not have to conduct rigorous pre-approval safety testing to prove that its product was safe and effective. All Atrium had to do was to show the FDA that the C-QUR is the same or similar to other mesh devices already in the marketplace.
Symptoms of Atrium-CQUR Hernia Mesh Defects
Unfortunately, a number of adverse incident reports of side effects have been reported to the FDA since April 2008. The reported mesh complications include:
- Pain, infection, and bleeding
- Perforation in the adjacent organs from migration
- Migration and adhesion
- Surrounding tissue neuromuscular issues
- Scarring and shrinkage caused by contraction of the mesh
- Revision surgery
If you or your loved one suffered the above injuries from the Atrium C-QUR hernia mesh you may have a right to financial recovery. The defective hernia mesh lawyers of Nadrich & Cohen, LLP have been handling lawsuits for surgical mesh victims for many years. We have already successfully resolved over 100 defective hernia mesh claims throughout California and the U.S. For a free consultation, contact a hernia mesh intake specialist at our law firm today. Please call us at 1-800-718-4658.