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Ever since the Stryker hip implant recall in 2012, thousands of patients have required a revision surgery. Elderly patients have been forced to undergo painful and invasive hip revision surgeries as a result of corrosion in the Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II hip systems. Patients may require a hip revision surgery if they suffer from the destruction of bone or muscles, nerve damage or infections.
Those who have hip implants should aim to detect adverse tissue reaction and other negative reactions as soon as possible. Technology and sophisticated medical tests have been developed to assist patients in these early detection methods. Specifically, the Center for Metal-on-Metal Total Hip Replacement has created a test able to detect adverse tissue reaction in metal-on-metal hip implants.