Stryker was in the news last year for its voluntary recall of its modular neck hip stem systems. In June 2012, Stryker made this announcement of voluntary recall of its two major modular stem systems, Rejuvenate and ABG-II. Stryker took this tough decision though most of the patients had responded positively to the stem treatment. Stryker recall was prompted by the adverse tissue reaction that can be caused in the neck junction. Patients might also experience severe pain and swelling in the hip region. Stryker also advised the surgeons who had implemented the Rejuvenate or ABG II to thoroughly check the patients, who had undergone the treatment. Surgeons need to do a thorough screening of the implanted patients, irrespective of whether the patient experiences pain or swelling. Surgeons have been advised to carry out cross section imaging testing in order to find out whether the patient shows any symptoms of the adverse tissue reaction side effects. Stryker Hip Recall Lawsuits | Stryker Lawyer | Recall Lawyers

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