Aesculap Knee Replacement Compensation

Knee replacements are one of the most common orthopedic surgeries performed in the United States and Canada each year. Over a half million knee replacement operations are performed annually in the United States and Canada and this seems to be increasing on a yearly basis. Knee replacement devices are intended to provide up to 15 years or more of pain-free stability and mobility for recipients. Unfortunately, based on our internal discussions and reviews, a significant number of Aesculap Knee Systems patients may be experiencing a number of unwanted and painful side effects and complications.

Complications Associated with Aesculap Knee Products

Many Aesculap Implant Systems knee arthroplasty implants patients we have spoken with or read about have sustained serious injuries and are suffering from the following:

  • Excruciating pain
  • Decreased range of motion
  • Knee instability
  • Invasive revision surgery
  • Extensive rehabilitation
  • Permanent bone loss and muscle damage
  • Infection and swelling
  • Inability to work
  • Costly medical bills
  • Diminished quality of life

Aesculap Knee Devices that we may be Investigating

"There have been an increasing number of Adverse Events reported to the FDA since January 2016 regarding surgeons revising failed Aesculap Vega Knee Devices for aseptic loosening (non-infection related) where the surgeon notes the complete absence of cement bonded to either the femoral or tibial components."
  • VEGA System
  • Columbus Knee System
  • Advanced Surface Technology
  • MIOS
  • univation X
  • Columbus AS Revision Knee System
  • EnduRo AS Knee Revision System

See also:

Stryker Triathlon with ShapeMatch Custom Fit Technology

Depuy Synthes Attune Knee Replacement

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