BioMet hip replacements linked to metal poisoning

BioMet hip replacements have been linked to metal poisoning among patients whose hip devices have failed or caused complications. The company’s BioMet M2a Magnum metal-on-metal hip replacement has demonstrated an increased risk of early fretting and corrosion, which can lead to metal poisoning.

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