Manufacturers And Distributors Of Transvaginal Mesh

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Below is a list of manufacturers and possible brand names of the manufacturers of Transvaginal Mesh products. Using this list and becoming aware of manufacturer recalls and warnings will help women be aware of any risks or problems that they might endure. Any problems or complications that arise need to be addressed as soon as possible. These manufacturers have a duty to create and sell products that are effective and safe for women’s bodies. Some Transvaginal Mesh patches are potentially defective and may cause serious harm to women nationwide and the manufacturers should be held accountable for the harm they caused.

Johnson & Johnson

Ethicon is a division of the Johnson & Johnson Company. Ethicon’s Women’s Health & Urology Division is responsible for creating many different Transvaginal Mesh devices. Brand Names include:

  • Ethicon TVT
  • Gynecare TVT
  • Gynemesh PS
  • Prolene Polypropylene Mesh Patch
  • Secur

C. R. Bard

Bard is based in Covington, Georgia and has been in business for over 100 years. Bard also creates, and markets many medical devices including Transvaginal Mesh patches. There names include:

  • Avaulta Plus™
  • BioSynthetic Support System
  • Avaulta Solo™ Synthetic Support System
  • Faslata® Allograft
  • Pelvicol® Tissue
  • PelviSoft® Biomesh
  • Pelvitex™ Polypropylene Mesh

American Medical Systems

AMS is based in Minnesota and has manufactured many forms of Transvaginal Mesh, including mesh specifically created to treat stress urinary incontinence. There brands include:

  • MiniArc®
  • Monarc®
  • IN-Fast Ultra®
  • Bio Arc®
  • SPARC®

Boston Scientific

Boston Scientific is based in Natick, Massachusetts. The company already has pending lawsuits against them for potentially defective Transvaginal Mesh. There brand names include:

  • Advantage™ Sling System
  • Obtryx® Curved Single
  • Obtryx® Mesh Sling
  • Prefyx Mid U™ Mesh Sling System
  • Prefyx PPS™ System

TYCO (COVIDIEN)

Tyco International LTD. owns Tyco Healthcare. In 2007, Tyco Healthcare spun off of Tyco International and changed their name to Covidien. They still sell all of the products that Tyco International sold but operate as a publicly traded company. Tyco created the first surgical mesh system approved by the U.S. Brand name include:

  • IVS Tunneller™

Transvaginal Mesh Attorney

It is important to contact a Massachusetts Transvaginal Mesh lawyer to learn about your legal rights. At Sheff Law we recognize that each potential case and every client is unique. Our lawyers have over 130 years of combined experience, and utilizing a team approach we are proud of our ability to provide the individual attention that is necessary to obtain a maximum judgment and help alleviate the pain and suffering that can come from a defective Transvaginal Mesh patch.

If you or a loved one is suffering any complications from these products listed above or if any these products have caused you harm you may be entitled to compensation. Contact a Transvaginal Mesh lawyers at Sheff Law regarding your potential Transvaginal Mesh lawsuit by calling (888) 423-4477 or 617-227-7000.