If You Were Given Trasylol, You May Be Eligible for A Lawsuit!
(also called aprotinin), is an injection used to reduce bleeding and clotting
during heart surgery. According to a recent study, Trasylol side effects can increase the
risk of failure stroke, kidney failure, heart attacks. Some doctors are urging that
the drug Trasylol be abandoned in favor of safer and cheaper alternatives.
In 1993, the FDA announced approval of Trasylol, a drug that could reduce the
need for blood transfusions for patients undergoing heart bypass surgery. This drug is now at the center of Trasylol litigation due to Trasylol side effects on the kidney. (Read More)
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