Revision Surgery definition

Revision Surgery means the explantation of both the femoral stem and neck components of the Affected Product.
Revision Surgery means surgery as defined in this paragraph which is for the revision or removal in whole or in part of an implanted Ethicon Gynecare TVT Product, or revision or removal of scar tissue, repair of fistulas, or other surgeries (including surgical treatment for pain) related to or resulting from the implantation of an Ethicon Gynecare TVT Product, specifically related to the mesh. The term “Revision Surgery” will only apply to surgeries utilizing general, regional or MAC anesthesia undertaken for the purpose of dealing with medical problems related to the mesh. Such surgery must be performed by a duly licensed physician by and upon the recommendation of a physician. A surgery performed after the date of the dismissal of the pending action by a physician retained or funded by a plaintiff’s lawyer to perform the surgery or by a physician retained or funded by any litigation funding company to perform the surgery shall not constitute an acceptable “Revision Surgery.” A surgery funded after the date of dismissal of the pending action where the litigation funding company has a relationship with the surgeon performing the surgery or the facility (or any related entity) shall not constitute an acceptable “Revision Surgery.”

Examples of Revision Surgery in a sentence

A Qualified Claimant who, prior to the Enrollment Date, underwent a controlled Osteotomy during a Qualified Revision Surgery or Re-Revision Surgery shall receive $75,000.

Qualified Claimants bear the burden of proof in establishing that they qualify for any awards under the Qualified Revision Surgery Program.

Any Base Award and each applicable Enhancement, as well as the applicable Enhancements Benefit Cap, shall be reduced by thirty percent (30%) if the Product User died prior to the Enrollment Date for reasons unrelated to the Qualified Revision Surgery.

A Qualified Claimant who, prior to the Enrollment Date and following a Qualified Revision Surgery or Re-Revision Surgery, undergoes an additional surgery that requires reattachment or repair of a damaged abductor muscle complex and there exists evidence of damage to the abductor muscle complex related to the reasons underlying the Voluntary Recall shall receive $100,000.

A Qualified Claimant who, prior to the Enrollment date and during a Qualified Revision Surgery or Re-Revision Surgery, presents objective documented evidence of damage to the abductor muscle complex related to the reasons underlying the Voluntary Recall that is sufficient to require surgical repair of the muscles shall receive $75,000.

A Qualified Claimant who, prior to the Enrollment Date, experienced an Intra- Operative Femur Fracture during a Qualified Revision Surgery or Re-Revision Surgery that required an Osteotomy, as well as cabling or prosthetic fixation, shall receive $100,000.

A Qualified Claimant who, prior to the Enrollment Date and following a Qualified Revision Surgery or Re-Revision Surgery, undergoes an additional surgery that requires debridement, and is preceded by objective documented evidence through preoperative imaging, or supported by intra-operative findings or pathology that demonstrates the presence of tissue damage related to the reasons underlying the Voluntary Recall shall receive $70,000.

A Qualified Claimant who, prior to the Enrollment Date and following a Qualified Revision Surgery or Re-Revision Surgery, undergoes an additional surgery to remove hardware that was implanted during an osteotomy or repair of an intra-operative femur fracture shall receive $35,000.

A Qualified Claimant whose Product User died (i) during the Qualified Revision Surgery or Covered Open Surgical Procedure Under General Anesthesia, or (ii) during the hospitalization for the Qualified Revision Surgery or Covered Open Surgical Procedure Under General Anesthesia.

A Qualified Claimant who, prior to the Enrollment Date, experienced an intra- operative femur fracture requiring cabling or prosthetic fixation during a Qualified Revision Surgery or Re-Revision Surgery that did not require an Osteotomy shall receive $40,000.

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