Recalls of Stryker Hip Replacements

A number of Stryker Hip Replacements have been recalled in the United States, in particular those including a ABG II or Rejuvenate modular neck stem. Victims have suffered or eventually may suffer the following:

  • Metallosis (Metal Blood Poisoning)
  • Inflammation and Swelling
  • Pain
  • Tumors
  • Loosening and Failure of the Implanted Device
  • Corrosion/Fretting of the Implanted Device

Many victims of the recalled hip implant have or will require revision and/or excision surgeries.

The ABG II and Rejuvenate Modular Hip Systems that include modular-neck stems were recalled by Stryker on July 6, 2012 in response to the potential risks of increased wear, fretting and corrosion.


Are You a Victim of the Stryker Hip Replacement Recalled Devices?

The Levensten Law Firm is involved in pending Stryker Hip Replacement litigation. We will investigate and file lawsuits for victims who have been caused injuries by these dangerous devices. If you believe you are a victim of injuries due to a Stryker Hip Replacement, particularly with a ABG II or Rejuvenate modular neck stem, please contact our firm for a free consultation.