Transvaginal Mesh has been used to treat stress urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse in hundreds of thousands of women. Many women who trusted their doctors to perform surgeries that would correct their problems and allow them to return to normal functioning have been suffering severe pain and injuries. These women face multiple corrective surgeries, and even this leaves them without relief. These injuries that are the unfortunate result of transvaginal mesh permanently change the quality of women’s lives.
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Emails Show that Bard Knew of TVM Problems
Court records from this summer revealed that transvaginal mesh manufacturer Bard knew that they were manufacturing their mesh out of plastic that was not suitable for implantation in humans. The medical device manufacturer had been told as much by the suppliers of the plastic resin, Chevron Phillips Chemical Company. Chevron clearly warned Bard that the…
Mesh Manufacturers in Talks to Settle
Five mesh manufacturers are said to be moving towards settlement over transvaginal mesh lawsuits that have been consolidated into multi-district litigation in West Virginia. The manufacturers that are involved in the talks are C.R. Bard, Endo Health Solutions, Boston Scientific Corporation, Coloplast Corporation, and Cook Medical Inc. Most of the companies face over 12,000 lawsuits,…
C.R. Bard Settles Avaulta Case
On August 21, 2013, the same day the second trial regarding Bard’s transvaginal mesh product Avaulta was to begin, Bard settled the case for an undisclosed amount. The case was Queen v. C.R. Bard, Inc., in which husband and wife plaintiffs Greg and Wanda Queen alleged that Bard’s Avaulta product caused permanent injury and pain…