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Exactech® Optetrak® Knee Implant Tibial Tray Knee Implant Failures
According to reports in the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Manufacturer and User Facility Device Experience (MAUDE) database, there have been multiple reports of early failure of certain Exactech® Optetrak® knee implant devices. Early failure may result in loosening of the device and require a revision surgery to replace the failed device.
The complaints filed in the MAUDE database include:
Loose tibial component
Pain, limited mobility, knee swelling and sensitivity due to loose joint
Revision due to tibial loosening
The Exactech® Optetrak® tibial tray is one part of the devices used in total knee replacement surgeries (also known as total knee arthroplasty). A knee replacement is typically required as a result of arthritis or knee injury. While many knee replacements can offer patients relief from severe pain for several years, some devices may fail.
Common symptoms of a failed knee implant include:
- Knee pain
- Loss of range of motion in the knee
- Loss of mobility
You May Have an Exactech® Optetrak® Lawsuit
At Cory Watson Attorneys, we have made it our mission to fight for the rights of injury victims and their families for more than 30 years, and have recovered over $2.7 billion. If you or a loved one have been harmed by an Exactech® Optetrak® knee implant, our team of personal injury lawyers is ready to help you get the compensation you deserve.
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