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Boston Scientific vaginal mesh lawyers are filing lawsuits against for women with complications from the Pinnacle mesh Boston Scientific pelvic floor replacement kit. This particular mesh is used for reinforcing a weak vaginal wall which has caused uterine, bladder or bowel prolapse. These Boston Scientific Prolene mesh are made of a polypropylene synthetic product. This product is disintegrating and causing horrific complications.
Boston Scientific Vaginal Mesh Products Involved In the Vaginal mesh Lawsuits
- Boston Scientific Advantage Transvaginal Mid-Urethral Sling System
- Boston Scientific Uphold Vaginal Support System
- Boston Scientific Prefyx Mid U Mesh Sling System
- Boaton Scientific Prefyx PPS System
- Boston Scientific Obtryx Transobturator Mid-Urethral Sling System
- Boston Scientific Polyform Synthetic Mesh
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Boston Scientific Vaginal Mesh Lawsuits News Alert
A study sponsored by Boston Scientific Corp. will investigate whether its latest transvaginal mesh device is more beneficial in treating women with pelvic organ prolapse than traditional surgery, and is successful in avoiding complications alleged in Boston Scientific vaginal mesh lawsuit claims.
The study is being done in conjunction with the Pelvic Floor Disorders Network. Researchers will evaluate women who received the Boston Scientific Uphold LITE transvaginal mesh implant every 6 months to gauge information on patient safety, surgical success, cost-effectiveness, body image and overall quality of life for up to 5 years. This is noted on a report published June 3rd on Boston Scientific’s website. This article regarding the new study stated that Boston Scientific expects to have results for this study by 2017.
With the lawsuits in progress right now we wonder the goal of the study and how this will effect settlements. Perhaps Boston Scientific is envisioning a second wave of vaginal mesh implants to compensate for financial payouts the lawsuits could result in.