Good article re removal, complications, reason mesh became the “standard”
Good article, hopefully it will be of interest
How mesh became the norm (easier/less time in hospital, money saving), from the start makers chevron Phillips knew problems and issued notice saying some types shouldn’t be used in body.
25% after mesh removal may still have problems. But still most glad it’s gone.
Speaking out, going out against grain not easy for doctors.
Relationship between manufacturers and groups and research etc.
Apologies if posted before
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