Hardware Failure in Hip Devices

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Many hip replacement devices fail by producing metal ion debris but there are cases were the hip replacement may actually endure a hardware failure which can be very catastrophic and damaging. A hardware failure can happen in many devices but the Profemur modular stem and neck devices are particularly dangerous. If you have suffered because of a hardware or other kind of failure in your hip implant, please call us at: 720-606-6887 for a free consultation.

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