Stryker Hip Replacement System Recalls


Stryker Hip Replacement Attorneys Rhett McSweeney and David Langevin are providing free legal consultations to individuals and families injured or harmed as a result of a Stryker Hip Replacement System.

Stryker Hip Replacement System Recalls

To date, two Stryker hip replacement systems have been recalled:

  • Stryker Rejuvenate
  • Stryker ABG II

Why the Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II were Recalled.

Stryker Rejuvenate and Stryker ABG II were recalled because of the risks associated with the modular-neck systems of these devices. The recall states that the metal components of the modular neck hip stems carry a high risk for fretting or corrosion which can cause swelling and pain for the patient.

Risks / Side Effects of the Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II Hip Replacement Systems

  • Severe pain, typically radiating into the groin and/or back
  • Flexible stem is too weak
  • Flexible stem degrades, fractures or breaks
  • Difficulty standing or walking
  • Necrosis (death of body tissue)
  • Bone and soft tissue damage
  • Elevated cobalt or chromium levels in blood
  • Implant loosening
  • Lysis (destruction or dissolution of cells)
  • Ostelysis
  • Device failure
  • Fluid collection and/or masses of tissues collecting around the joint
  • The need for additional revision surgeries (which may or may not be successful in correcting the problem)

Did You or a Loved One Experience Any of The Above Symptoms or Injuries?

Please feel free to contact a Stryker hip implant lawyer using the form to the right or by dialing 1-800-888-4425.  One of our experienced hip replacement attorneys will help evaluate your claim and explain your legal rights for free.

Stryker hip claim / litigation news and updates

06/12/2013 Stryker Rejuvenate and Stryker ABG II litigation transferred to District of Minnesota pursuant to MDL No. 2441 Transfer Order

07/06/2012 FDA Recall Notice

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