Stryker Hip Replacement Recall

URGENT RECALL: Stryker LFIT Anatomic Cocr V40 Femoral Head

In August 2016, recall notifications were issued in Canada, Australia and the United States involving certain sizes and lot numbers of the LFIT V40 femoral head.

Stryker identified various potential hazards which can result in an adverse local tissue reaction (“ALTR”), tissue destruction, and device failure, and require additional surgery to revise or replace the hip implants.

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What’s Wrong?

In August 2016, The STRYKER LFIT™ Anatomic CoCr V40™ Femoral Head was recalled after identifying various potential hazards associated with taper lock failure.
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Does it affect me?

To find out if it was used, Meshbesher & Spence will obtain product identification stickers from the implanting hospital on your behalf, free of charge.
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What should I do?

We recommend a simple, inexpensive blood test to check cobalt and chromium levels. If your levels are elevated, this is a sign that your hip is failing.
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STRYKER LFIT™ Anatomic CoCr V40™ Femoral Head