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If you or a loved one had hip replacement surgery and are experiencing certain side effects like metal poisoning or the need for a second revision surgery, you may be entitled to financial compensation from the manufacturer. Call us today to get the facts.  Call Toll Free 1-866-777-2557 or fill out our online contact form below and a Stryker Hip Replacement Lawyer will get back to you as soon as possible.   This is a free, no obligation consultation. There are no legal fees unless we make a recovery for you.  Time is limited, so please call today.










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Stryker Rejuvenate ABG II
Based out of Michigan, Stryker Corp. is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of artificial hip and knee implants. Every year, the company generates over $8 billion in annual sales and markets over 57,000 products worldwide.


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A major component of Stryker’s product line is hip replacement systems. These implants are constructed from plastic, ceramic, or metal components, and some systems can be customized to the needs of the patient. In the last couple decades, Stryker began marketing metal implants as a more durable alternative for younger hip replacement patients. They claimed that this type of device would be able to withstand a more active lifestyle and had a lower risk of device failure.


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Several metal implant systems were developed by Stryker, including the Rejuvenate, ABG II, and Accolade. Unlike traditional hip replacement systems that were designed with a one-piece neck and stem, these Stryker modular implants had the option of several neck and stem components. This allowed for surgeons to custom-fit the device with the components that are best suited for each patient’s unique needs.


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Issues with Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II Systems
The different anatomically correct components offered with these metal Stryker systems were created from a titanium alloy blend. Stryker claimed that this proprietary formula would result in longer-lasting implants that resisted the effects of corrosion and fretting. In other types of metal implants, corrosion and wear within the device had been known to cause metallosis (metal poisoning) in patients.


Unfortunately, post-market data showed that the metal blend used within these systems was still resulting in corrosion and fretting. When the metal particles from these devices were dislodged and released into the body, serious side effects occurred in patients. These side effects included:


• Loosening of the artificial joint
• Metallosis
• Adverse Local Tissue Reaction
• Osteolysis
• Pseudotumors
• Increased pain, swelling, and inflammation


In response to the poor post-market performance of these metal implant systems, Stryker issued an Urgent Safety Alert in 2012 to surgeons and hospital risk managers. This alert described potential hazards with these systems that included excessive metal debris and the release of metal ions into the joint space.


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Stryker has also issued a voluntary recall of both the Rejuvenate and ABG II systems. Although, for thousands of patients who received these implants, the recall came too late. To date, several lawsuits have been filed against Stryker seeking compensation for the serious side effects reported with the device.


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