Stryker V40 and Stryker Accolade Recall
Concern is growing due to the potential risks associated with the modular-neck stem portions of these devices. Clinical evidence suggests that components used in the Rejuvenate Modular and ABG II systems may be prone to fretting or corrosion at the modular neck junction, and subsequently may be dangerous to patients.
If you or a loved one has suffered from any of the following complications, and you have a Stryker LFIT-V40 or Accolade TMZF implant, you may be entitled to the compensation you deserve.
- Joint instability
- Loss of mobility
- Broken bones around the components
- Leg length discrepancy
- Need for revision surgery
- Adverse local tissue retraction
Any number of these health complications can earn you compensation if it is related to the Stryker LFIT-V40 or Accolade TMZF implant. To find out if you qualify for compensation, contact our attorneys today at 801-699-9999, or fill out our free initial consultation form.
Stryker wrote to orthopedic surgeons who have used the implants for their patients to alert that that there is an increase of incidence of taper lock failure with the Stryker V40. According to Stryker, the potential complications related to the implant are:
- Loss of implant
- Bone fixation strength
- Increased wear debris
- Implant construct with a shortened neck length
- Insufficient soft tissue tension
- Insufficient range of movement
- Fractured hip stem trunnion
- Increased metallic debris
If you have a Stryker LFIT-V40 or Accolade TMZF implant and you’re suffering from any of these symptoms, speak to your doctor immediately.