Posts Tagged ‘Granuflo and Naturalyte Lawsuits’
Covidien vaginal Mesh Implants
The Covedian Vaginal mesh are called pelvic floor repair kits. The Covedian vaginal mesh are called:
- IVS Tunneler Intra-Vaginal Sling
- IVS Tunneler Placement Device
- Parietene Polypropylene Mesh
- Surgipro Polyproylene Surgical Mesh
Covedian vaginal mesh lawyers are filing lawsuit for victims of the Covedian Vaginal Mesh.
The Covedian lawsuits are for complications which are the same for all vaginal mesh:
- Painful revision surgeries that do not help
- Back pain and digestive problems
- Incontinence and prolapse are back
- mesh erosion causing inability to have sexual intercourse
- mesh removal required
Covidien Vaginal Sling lawyers are filing lawsuits for justice for mesh victims
Get a Covedian vaginal mesh lawyer today.
Lawyers are filing Dialysis Medication lawsuits for cardiac problems and death from Frensius' GranuFlo and Naturlyte.
GranuFlo and NaturaLyte lawsuits are being filed nationwide. Lawyers are claiming cardiac injury from these diaysis medications.
GranuFlo and Naturalyte Information
GranuFlo and NaturaLyte are brand names of dialysates manufactured by Fresenius Medical Care Fresenius is the world’s largest provider of kidney dialysis services and products. aGranuFlo and Naturalyte are used in thousands of dialysis centers to treat Americans with kidney disease or failure nationwide.
GranuFlo and Naturalyte Alert
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a Class I recall of GranuFlo and NaturaLyte on March 29, 2012, to revise prescribing instructions.The FDA was concerned because the use of these two products can lead to low blood pressure and cardiac arrhythmia. These products could cause cardiopulmonary arrest and death.
Fresenius Knew The Dangers Of Naturalyte and GranuFlo
Fresenius, it appears, was aware of the dangers of these drugs and did not share this information with health care providers, doctors or patients. An internal company memo from Nov. 4, 2011, reported that more than 900 patients had experienced heart attacks in Fresenius clinics during the previous year. The memo states that the company’s medical staff reached the conclusion that patients with excessive levels of bicarbonate in their blood were six times more likely to have cardiac arrest than those with normal levels. The memo also linked GranuFlo use to increased bicarbonate levels and heart attacks.
Granuflo and Naturalyte lawyers are filing lawsuits against Fresenius due to GranuFlo and NaturaLyte causing cardiac death. it is deemed that the manufacturer “intentionally, recklessly and/or negligently concealed, suppressed, omitted and misrepresented the risks, dangers, defects, and disadvantages of GranuFlo and NaturaLyte.”
Lawsuits are Being Filed For the Bad Dialysis Medications GranuFlo and NaturaLyte
Justice must be sought for victims and families against a company that knew of the dangerous nature of their dialysis medications and failed to inform patients being treated. Fresenius also failed to advise health care providers of the dangers and train staff in the safe use of GranuFlo and Naturalyte
The lawsuits are mounting up against GranuFlo and NaturaLyte. Families that have lost a loved one to cardiac arrest are urged to contact us today for a dialysis medication lawyer. GanuFlo and Naturalyte has created excessive bicarbonate. The chemical composition of GranuFlo and NaturaLyte encourages the overproduction of bicarbonate resulting in cardiac injury.
In July 2012, Alabama resident Arthruine Williams filed a lawsuit against Fresenius on behalf of her late husband, Johnny, in the U.S. District Court in the Northern District of Alabama. According to the claim, Johnny Williams underwent a dialysis treatment that used GranuFlo in July 2010 and died of a heart attack the following day. His widow says that Fresenius officials knew that the use of GranuFlo and NaturaLyte posed a significant increased risk of cardiac arrest and death.
A month later, Betty Lemmond sued in the same court on behalf of her late husband, Dizzy Dean Lemmond. Her husband died of a heart attack in August 2010, the same day that he received a dialysis treatment with GranuFlo. Betty Lemmond’s lawsuit accuses Fresenius of negligence, wantonness, fraud, unjust enrichment and failure to warn patients about the dangers of GranuFlo and NaturaLyte.
In September 2012, Waddell Bishop filed a lawsuit against Fresenius on behalf of his late mother, Frances Carol Bishop, in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Georgia. Frances Carol Bishop had received a dialysis treatment in early September 2010 and died of a heart attack later that month. Waddell Bishop said his mother’s death “directly resulted from using GranuFlo and/or NaturaLyte,” according to the lawsuit
If you had serious heart issues after a dialysis treatment, you should know your legal options.
Dialysis and Cardiac Side Effects of GranuFlo and NaturaLyte are Life Threatening
Contact a GranuFlo, Naturalyte Dialysis medication lawyer today for cardiac arrest due to GranuFlo and Naturalyte Dialysis medication
GranuFlo and Naturalyte are dialysis medications that have been causing sudden heart attacks and death. A motion has been filed to establish a GranuFlo MDL. GranuFlo deaths have been mounting up.
GranuFlo Lawsuit MDL Motion Filed, Lawyers are ready for action
A motion was filed on December 12, 2012 with the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation, requesting that an MDL be established in the district of Massachusetts to consolidate lawsuits making claims against Fresenius Medical Care over the dialysis concentrates GranuFlo and NaturaLyte. .
Fresenius the maker of GranuFlo knew of GranuFlo risks and used the product in 100's of clinics they owned as well as other dialysis clinics nationwide. 941 patients have died from a GranuFlo heart attack at Fresenius clinics. A GranuFlo recall was issued in June 2012.
There is a Heart attack risk From the Dialysis Medications GranuFlo and NaturaLyte
Both GranuFlo and NaturaLyte aredialysis medication concentrates that are used during hemodialysis to prevent acid buildup. GranuFlo is the powder form. NaturaLyte is in liquid form. A Fresenius memo warned that GranuFlo and Naturalyte could elevate bicarbonate levels in the blood more than other dialysis concentrates. Doctors were not properly adjusting the dosage of GranuFlo and NaturaLyte. The result was bicarbonate overdose.
Metabolic Alkalosis From GranuFlo and Naturalyte
- low blood pressure,
- heart attacks.
If your loved one has had an immediate heart attack and you have lost a loved one due to dialysis medications GranuFlo and Naturalyte contact us for a GranuFlo, Naturalyte lawyer lawsuit today.