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We’ve received a rash of inquiries about the pending Stryker Rejuvenate litigation from people who have just received notification from their physician that they have a recalled hip device. Yes, more than 24 months after the devices were officially recalled by Stryker and FDA issued recall statements, some physicians’ offices are just now sending out letters to their patients that they indeed have a device that may have given them problems in the past or will likely do so in the future.
Such a long delay in notification is doubtfully due to poor records keeping on the part of the office. While there is no official registry of people who have received Stryker hip implants, most physician offices use electronic record keeping which would surely allow a doctor or his or her staff to access the contact information about their patients with relatively little effort.