WILL DAVIDSON LLP is currently investigating complaints from women suffering after undergoing gynaecological or bladder repair surgery
- September 16, 2011
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WILL DAVIDSON LLP is currently investigating complaints from women suffering from serious post-surgical injuries after undergoing gynaecological or bladder repair surgery, where Johnson & Johnson’s Gynecare Tension-free Vaginal Tape (TVT) was used.
Health Canada has acknowledged and warned surgeons that Gynecare TVT has serious manufactured defects, which include rough edges along the tape, and disintegration of the tape, causing tape particles to dangerously migrate to other parts of the body.
The most frequent complications from surgery where Gynecare TVT was used are perforation of the vaginal walls, pain, urinary problems, bleeding, and the recurrence of prolapse and/or incontinence. Complications have also led to injuries to nearby blood vessels and organs, including the bowel and bladder.
If you have experienced complications after undergoing surgery where Gynecare TVT was used, contact WILL DAVIDSON LLP today to learn how your rights can be asserted, and how you may be entitled to compensation.