Stryker Hip Implant Recall For Years 2005-2011

A widely used hip implant device called the Stryker® LFIT Anatomic CoCrV40 Femoral Head has been withdrawn from the due to alarmingly high-rates of failure and complications.

What Is The Stryker® LFIT Femoral Head?
The Stryker LFIT Femoral Head is a component used in an overall hip implant system. Orthopedic surgeons use interchanging parts from different manufacturers depending on a patient’s specific needs.
The Stryker LFIT Femoral Head was widely used by surgeons in the United States. Patients who received a hip implant between 2005 to 2011 could very well have received the dangerous Stryker LFIT femoral head.

Why Is The Stryker LFIT Femoral Head Prone To Failure?
The Stryker LFIT Femoral Head is made from the metals cobalt and chromium – which are prone to corrosion and wear. Because of this corrosion and wear, many negative health consequences have been occurring in patients, including:

  • Pain
  • Loss of mobility
  • Difficulty walking or standing
  • Dislocation
  • Joint instability
  • Broken bones around the components
  • Chromium and Cobalt toxicity/poisoning
  • Need for a 2nd (revision) surgery

What If I Received The Stryker LFIT Femoral Head As Part of My Hip Implant?
It is extremely important to take your health into your own hands – and it is well-advised for all patients who received hip implants from 2005 to 2011 to find out if they received the Stryker LFIT.
If you are unsure if you received the Stryker LFIT implant, you can find out by retrieving your detailed surgery records.
Our law firm is helping people find out if they received the Stryker LFIT implant. With your authorization, we obtain your surgical records and confirm whether the device was used in your hip implant operation.

What Your Next Step Should Be If You Had Hip Implant Surgery Between 2005 and 2011
Our legal team has the experience in medical device liability cases to effectively help patients who are victims of the Stryker LFIT Femoral Head recall. We are currently accepting cases from all 50 states in the United States, so you are eligible to speak to us for free — no matter what state you live in.

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Contact Scovern Law
You should contact our firm if you underwent a hip implant surgery between 2005 to 2011 and subsequently experienced complications that required (or require) revision surgery.
We are ready to help you win your case.
Fill out the contact form below or call us at 1.888.725.1890 for a free case evaluation.