Did you or a loved one have had an Exactech knee replacement between 2004 and 2022? If you received a specific type of total knee replacement that was manufactured by the orthopedic device company, Exactech, a component and insert have been recalled from the knee replacement device that you received.
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On August 31, 2021, Exactech recalled over 147,000 knee replacements already completed and inserted into patients’ bodies.
Why is it Defective?
As shown in the diagram, the tibial plastic insert fits between the femoral component and the tibial component and acts as a new cushion or cartilage for your replaced knee joint. During a recent review of its knee implant manufacturing process, Exactech learned that one aspect of the packaging for the tibial insert has been out of specification and may have allowed oxygen from the air to diffuse into the tibial insert prior to it being implanted in your knee. This can lead to oxidation, which can cause the tibial insert to wear out earlier than expected or to become damaged after being implanted.
Premature wear of the tibial insert can lead to additional surgery. If your tibial insert has worn out earlier than expected or has been damaged, you may need additional treatment.
If you have been experiencing any new or worsening knee swelling, pain while walking, inability to bear weight, grinding or other noise, instability, or any new symptoms of clicking in your knee, these are signs of deterioration.
Carr and Carr Attorneys at Law are here to help. Our team can help you understand your legal options. Call us today at 866-510-0580 for a free, no-obligation consultation, or contact us online.
Boxine U.S. Recalls tonies Blocks Due to Magnet Ingestion Hazard; Sold Exclusively at tonies.com
Consumers should stop using the recalled blocks with magnets immediately, take them away from children, and contact tonies for instructions on returning the recalled blocks for a full refund. Consumers can also go to https://tonies.happyreturns.com/ and choose “Blocks Return” as the reason for return. tonies will then provide the customer with a return label. After the product has been received, tonies will provide the initial form of payment with a full refund and an additional $14.99 tonies.com coupon code. tonies is also contacting all purchasers directly. The recalled products are being remotely deactivated so that they no longer function.
Tonies has received one report of the magnet detaching from the product. No injuries have been reported.
This recall involves tonies wooden blocks, with magnets inside. Only tonies Blocks Marine Life, UPC 840147407689, tonies Blocks Invention and Innovation, UPC 840147407733 and tonies Blocks Gentle Giant Dinos UPC 840147407580 are being recalled.
Each block is about 5 cm wide and 1.5 cm thick. The blocks were sold in blue, tan and green with pictures on one side of various marine life, dinosaurs, and invention and innovation, and white text on the other side, describing the picture. Blocks were sold in sets of four. Each set is packaged in a white and red cardboard box. The UPC is on the back of the box beneath the barcode.
They were sold exclusively online at tonies.com from November 2021 through December 2021 for between $15 and $20.
Recalled on March 24, 2022, number 22-736, about 4,200 units sold.
Commencal Recalls Ramones 14-Inch Kids Bicycles Due to Crash Hazard
Consumers should immediately take the recalled bikes away from children, stop using them, and contact the firm for a free repair kit. Commencal Corp. is contacting all purchasers directly by email.
This recall involves the Commencal Ramones 14-inch children’s bicycles. The single speed bicycles have handbrakes but do not have footbrakes. The bicycles were sold in multiple colors with the model year printed on the front fork leg stickers.
No incidents have been reported yet.
Sold online at www.commencalusa.com from December 2014 through March 2021 for between $230 and $320.
Recalled on March 9, 2022, number 22-735, about 925 units sold.
EGL Motor Recalls EGL and ACE-branded Youth All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) Due to Violations of Federal ATV Safety Standard; Risk of Serious Injury or Death
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled ATVs and contact EGL Motor to make an appointment for a free repair from an authorized repair shop. Reflectors, headlights and a chest protector will be installed on the ATV. EGL will also repair the parking brake, speed capability and spark arrestor.
The ATVs fail to comply with the requirements of the federal mandatory ATV safety standard. The B125 ATVs exceed the maximum speed limitations for vehicles intended for children aged 10 and older. For the Madix 110, the parking brakes do not prevent the movement of the vehicle. In addition, the handlebars on both ATVs pose a laceration hazard should the rider’s body or head impact the handlebars at a high rate of speed such as in a crash. ATVs that fail to meet the mandatory safety requirements pose a risk of serious injury or death.
The recall involves EGL and ACE-branded Youth ATVs, models MADIX 110 and B125. The vehicles were sold in various colors including orange, red, blue, pink, and green and marketed for children ages 10 and older. The name of the vehicle is printed on a label located on both sides of the vehicle. The model number is stamped into the metal plate located on the left side, under the rear body. The phrase “This ATV is subject to EGL MOTOR INC’s action plan approved by U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission” is printed on a label located under the model number plate.
No incidents have been reported yet.
Sold at AWL Distribution, BV Powersports, and other authorized dealerships nationwide from May 2020 through September 2020 for between $550 and $670.
Recalled on March 24, 2022, number 22-108, about 500 units sold.
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Recalled ATV– gray and pink – about 1,100 units sold
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled vehicles and contact a Polaris dealer to schedule a free repair, including the installation of a new fuel line. Polaris has notified consumers to stop riding the vehicles. Polaris will be contacting all registered owners directly to provide more details about the repair.
This recall involves certain VINs of Polaris Model Year 2022 Outlaw 110 EFI Youth ATVs. The recalled ATVs were sold in gray/lime and gray/pink color combinations. “POLARIS” is printed on both sides of the vehicle below the headlights and on both sides of the seat. “Outlaw 110” is printed on both sides of the chassis. The vehicle identification number (VIN) is located in the left side wheel well.
Backyard Play Systems Recalls Playsets with Wooden Roof Due to Entrapment Hazard – About 5,100 units sold
This recall involves Backyard Play Systems outdoor playsets with a wooden roof. The wooden roof is included with home play equipment marketed under the brand names Yardline Play Systems (models Turbo Racer, Cloud Racer) and Gorilla Playsets (models Captain’s Fort, Fort Highlander). The playsets include a solid wood roof with a lookout window, slides, swings, a rock-climbing wall and other play features.
The wooden parts used to reinforce and create a decorative gable design on the wooden roof pose an entrapment hazard to children. Children can become trapped in the gap between the lower part of the roof structure and the bottom of the gable decoration.
Walmart Recalls Better Homes and Gardens Essential Oil Infused Aromatherapy Room Spray with Gemstones Due to Rare and Dangerous Bacteria; Two Deaths Investigated
This recall involves Better Homes and Gardens Essential Oil Infused Aromatherapy Room Spray with Gemstones. Tests conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) determined that a bottle of the room spray contained the rare and dangerous bacteria Burkholderia pseudomallei which causes melioidosis, a condition that is difficult to diagnose and can be fatal. CDC has been investigating a cluster of four confirmed cases of melioidosis including two deaths in the U.S. Though the source of these four infections has not been confirmed by CDC, the bottle with the same type of bacteria was found in the home of one of the melioidosis decedents.
Phoenix 200 All-Terrain Vehicles ATVs Recalled by Polaris Due to Crash Hazard– About 13,000 sold
In September 2021, Polaris recalled the Phoenix 200 All-Terrain ATVs, all model years 2011 through 2021. They were sold in red, blue or gray. “Polaris” is decaled on the front body and the sides of the ATV seats and “Phoenix 200” is decaled on the side panels. The Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is located on the vehicle’s front left frame.
About 13,000 of these ATVs were sold at Polaris dealers nationwide from September 2010 through June 2021 for between $3,500 and $4,300. The firm has received 18 reports of throttle stop breaking or sticking, including one report of a crash which resulted in a minor injury.
The Boppy Company Recalls Over 3 Million Original Newborn Loungers, Boppy Preferred Newborn Loungers and Pottery Barn Kids Boppy Newborn Loungers After 8 Infant Deaths; Suffocation Risk
Washington, D.C. – The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and The Boppy Company, of Golden, Colorado, are announcing the recall of the Boppy Original Newborn Loungers, Boppy Preferred Newborn Loungers and Pottery Barn Kids Boppy Newborn Loungers. There have been eight reports of infant deaths associated with the Boppy Company Newborn Lounger and this hazard. The infants reportedly suffocated after being placed on their back, side or stomach on the lounger and were found on their side or on their stomach. The infant deaths occurred between December 2015 and June 2020.
Harbor Freight Tools Recalls to Repair Propane Portable Heaters Due to Fire Hazard – About 19,000 sold
On September 16, 2021, Harbor Freight has recalls to repair their propane heaters due to fire hazards. The fitting at the back of the heater can fail to be sufficiently tight, causing the heater to leak propane gas, posing a fire hazard.
About 19,000 of these heaters were sold at Harbor Freight Tools stores nationwide and online at www.harborfreight.com from November 2020 until March 5, 2021 for about $100. The firm has received 13 reports of propane gas leaking, including one report of a fire. No injuries have been reported.
On July 29, 2021, Generac recalled these 6500 Watt and 8000 Watt after eight reports of injuries, seven resulting in finger amputations and one in finger crushing.
An unlocked handle can pinch consumers’ fingers against the generator frame when the generator is moved, posing finger amputation and crushing hazards.
This recall involves 6500 watt and 8000 watt Generac portable generators with unit type numbers XT8000E, XT8000EFI, GP6500, GP6500E, GP8000E and HomeLink 6500E portable generators, and DR models PRO 6500M and PRO 6500E portable generators. The generators have gasoline-powered engines that are used to generate electricity for use as backup power. The portable generators have two-wheels and a single, U-shaped, two-grip, flip-up pin-lock handle to help move the generator. Only the generators listed below are included in this recall.