What recourse are you looking for? The company that supplies the sets is not practicing mediciane, so they can't be sued for malpractice. In theory you could sue them on a products liability theory, but as a practical matter it would be too expensive and difficult to prove the defects in the product, or to prove that the defective products were causing the injuries you describe.
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Mr. Brophy view is right on point. Add to that serious questions being raised as to whether you should have changed to a different manufacture/brand if you continuously had this problem, or address the issues with your doctor to explore alternatives. Continuing to do something which knowingly is harming you, as you claim, only serves to provide a strong defense argument of "culpable conduct" in bringing about, or continuing the harm being experienced.
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