Kugel Mesh Hernia Patch
Side effects after receiving a KUGEL MESH HERNIA PATCH?
You may be entitled to a CASH SETTLEMENT
The Kugel Mesh Patch has been linked to BOWEL PERFORATIONS.
The Bard Composix Kugel Mesh Patch is used to repair hernias caused by thinning or stretching of scar tissue that forms after surgery. The patch is placed behind the hernia through a small incision. The patch is then held open by a “memory recoil ring” that first allows it to be folded for insertion, and then causes it to spring open and lay flat once it is in place.
How can the Kugel Mesh Patch injure you and your loved ones?
The recoil ring that opens the patch can break, leading to bowel perforations and to abnormal passageways between the intestines and other organs.
What are the symptoms when affected by failure of the Kugel Mesh Patch?
Symptoms associated with ring breakage include abdominal pain, fever and tenderness at the implant site.
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