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Lawyers For Benicar, Zocar, Bard Vena Cava, Xarelto, GranuFlo Lawsuits

Written by lisaspitzer on . Posted in Bard IVC Filter Lawyers, Benicar lawyer, Benicar Villous Atrophy Attorneys, Blood Clot Filter lawyer, Class Action Articles, Fort Lauderdale GranuFlo Lawyer, Granuflo Lawyer, Zocar Lawyers

Class Action Lawyer Network lawyers are now accepting

Benicar Gastrointestinal Damage Lawsuits

Bard Blood Clot Vena Cava Fracture Lawsuits

Zocar Kidney Failure Lawsuits

Xarelto Extensive Bleeding Lawsuits

GranuFlo Dialysis Medication- Immediate Heart Attack Lawsuits

The lawyers of Class Action Lawyer Network are always up to date on all the current drugs and devices harming patients or with knew FDA warnings.

What Is Benicar? What Is The Benicar Lawsuit?

Benicar is a  blood-pressure medication that has been linked to gastrointestinal injury including sprue-like enteropathy. This disease   causes chronic diarrhea and weight-loss. The lining of the intestine is no longer able to absorb nutrients due to the lining damage from this medication. Benicar lawsuits have been filed for people with this severe side effect.

What Is The Bard Vena Cava? What Is The Bard Vena  Cava Lawsuit?

The Bard IVC filters are designed to capture blood clots before they enter the lungs. These filters have fractured and fragments have migrated  puncturing internal organs and veins. Surgeons have  implanted the  inferior vena cava filter  in the veins of patients  to prevent blood clots from moving into the lungs. The filters capture  the clots in the blood stream.  Reported adverse incident  complications include punctured organs, blood vessels and filter migration to different parts of the body.

IVC Filter Lawsuits Filed

The Bard Recovery filter The Bard G2 filter The Bard G2 Express filter

What Is Zocar?  What Are The Zocar Lawsuits For?

Zocor is a  cholesterol drug and  is prescribed to many people with high cholesterol.  Zocar has  warnings for Zocor liver damage and muscle damage. Lawsuits are being filed for liver damage and liver damage death from Zocar

What Is Xarelto? What Are The Xarelto Lawsuits For?

Xarelto (rivaroxoaban) is an anticoagulant prescribed to reduce the risk of stroke, deep vein thrombosis (DVT), pulmonary embolism (PE) and blood clots. injuries. It is prescribed to people with non-valvular atrial fibrillation and following knee and hip replacement surgery to prevent blood clots.

Xarelto Extensive Bleeding Lawsuits Are Being Filed For:

Internal Bleeding, Gastrointestinal bleeding- bleeding ulcers, Embolism, Brain Hemorrhage and Deaths

What Is GranuFlo?

Granuflo dry concentrate and NaturaLyte liquid concentrate are among the most widely used products during hemodialysis treatment.

What Are GranuFlo Dialysis Medication Lawsuits Filed For?

Cardiopulmonary arrest Sudden MI or heart attack Death  

GranuFlo Lawyer Update, Dialysis Medication Lawyers

Written by lisaspitzer on . Posted in Class Action Articles

GranuFlo, Naturalyte, Dialysis medication lawsuit lawyers announce an new update in the dialysis medication lawsuits. Dialysis medication lawyers continue to file immediate heart attack lawsuits.Granuflo Class Action Lawsuit Filed Over Fresenius Dialysis Treatment

Fresenius Medical Care faces a class action lawsuit in Pennsylvania, brought on behalf of individuals who suffered sudden heart complications during dialysis treatments involving the company’s GranuFlo solution, which has been linked to hundreds of deaths in recent years.

The complaint was filed by Carmen Brysten in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas on June 14, seeking class action status to include all Pennsylvania residents who received GranuFlo dialysis treatment and suffered a cardiac arrest, sudden heart-related death or cardiac events.

Brysten brought the Granuflo class action lawsuit following the death of her husband, Filmon Brysten, in November 2011. That same month, Fresenius issued an internal memo to doctors at their own dialysis clinics warning about the risk of problems with Granuflo, which may increase bicarbonate levels to higher than expected levels and cause users to suffer a sudden heart attack or death.

“Based on the knowledge readily available to the medical community as early as 2004, Fresenius knew or should have known of the increased risk of metabolic alkalosis attributed to the use of GranuFlo long before the publication of its November 4, 2011 internal memorandum detailing the problem to Fresenius physicians and clinics,” the lawsuit states. “Despite this knowledge, Fresenius failed to inform physicians that GranuFlo increases the level of bicarbonate in patients, thus preventing physicians and/or clinicians from learning of the need to reduce the bicarbonate prescribed to patients undergoing dialysis with GranuFlo.”

Although Fresenius provided an internal memo to their own clinics in November 2011, the company failed to provide similar warnings to other dialysis centers that used Granuflo. After the internal memo was leaked to the FDA, Fresenius did issue a public warning in March 2012, which the FDA classified as a Granuflo recall.
Fresnius Lawsuits Over Granuflo Dialysis Treatments

Fresenius Medical Care owns and operates thousands of dialysis clinics throughout the United States. However, the company also manufactures dialysis products and machines used at other centers.

Granuflo is a dry acid concentrate that has been commonly used during hemodialysis treatments throughout the United States. A similar product is marketed by Fresenius as NaturaLyte, which is a liquid acid concentrate.

Side effects of Granuflo and Naturalyte require doctors to carefully monitor patient bicarbonate levels during treatments. The manufacturer has been accused of withholding the information from the medical community, resulting in sudden cardiac arrest during or shortly after hemodialysis.

In addition to the class action lawsuit in Pennsylvania, Fresenius faces more than 160 GranuFlo dialysis treatment lawsuits have been filed in federal courts nationwide.

In March, the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation issued an order consolidating the federal court Fresenius dialysis treatment litigation before U.S. District Judge Douglas P. Woodlock in the District of Massachusetts, where the cases will be coordinated during pretrial proceedings as part of an MDL or multidistrict litigation. It is ultimately expected that hundreds, if not thousands, of cases are likely to be filed over problems with Granuflo or NaturaLyte.

GranuFlo, Naturalyte Dialysis Medication Lawsuits Now An MDL

Written by lisaspitzer on . Posted in Class MDL Class Action News, GranuFlo Dialysis Medication Lawyers

GranuFlo and Naturlayte, the Dialyis medications causing immediate cardiac arrest have been consolidated into a Massachusetts MDL. The Fresenius Granuflo and NaturaLyte lawsuits  filed in the federal court system will now be consolidated before one Massachusetts’ judge for pretrial proceedings, as part of a multidistrict litigation (MDL).

Class Action Lawyer Network GranuFlo lawyers are filing lawsuits for  heart attacks or sudden deaths caused by the use of GranuFlo or NaturaLyte dialysis products during hemodialysis. Victims hearts suddenly stop during or shortly after dialysis treatment involving the use of Granuflo Acid Concentrate or NaturaLyte Liquid Acid Concentrate in dialysis treatment.

It appears Fresenius failed to adequately research the side effects of their dialysate products or warn about the potential risks including the importance of monitoring bicarbonate levels of patients receiving the products to avoid sudden cardiac arrest and death.

Dialysis medication lawyers are accepting immediate cases for injury and wrongful death.

Are We Ready For A New Class Action, Sleep Medications Causing Fractures

Written by lisaspitzer on . Posted in Class Action Articles

Certain Sleep Aids May Raise Hip Fracture Risk in Nursing Homes: Pradaxa, Dialysis medication, GranuFlo, Stryker Hip Replacement, DePuy Hip Replacement, all target mainly seniors. Are we ready for a new danger for our elderly and seniors.
 

MONDAY March 4, 2013 — Health staff at nursing homes often give patients sleeping pills to help them sleep, but a new study suggests that a certain class of medications may put patients at raised risk for hip fractures.

A team from Harvard Medical School in Boston looked at more than 15,500 long-stay nursing-home residents, aged 50 and older, who suffered a hip fracture between July 2007 and December 2008. The residents' average age was 81.

About 1,700 of the residents had been given a nonbenzodiazepine hypnotic sleep drug before their hip fracture. This class of drugs includes Lunesta, Sonata, Ambien and Intermezzo.

Those who took nonbenzodiazepine hypnotic sleep drugs were about two-thirds more likely to suffer a hip fracture than those who didn't take the drugs, according to the study, published online March 4 in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine.

Although the study found an association between the use of the sleep medications and increased fracture risk, it wasn't designed to prove a cause-and-effect relationship. The risk was somewhat higher among new users of the drugs, as well as nursing-home residents who had mild mental or physical decline (compared to more severe mental- or physical-health issues).

"Caution should be exercised when prescribing sleep medications to nursing-home residents," said Dr. Sarah Berry, of Harvard Medical School, and colleagues.

Drug and Devices Regulatory Boards, Class Action Lawyer Network Resources

Written by lisaspitzer on . Posted in Resources abd Regulatory agencies

The lawyers of Class Action Lawyer Network are filing dangerous drugs and devices lawsuits for: GranuFlo, Dialysis medications, Actos, Vaginal Mesh, Stryker Hip Replacement and others. Below is a handy resource of regulatory agencies:

Environmental Protection Agency

    pesticides (sets tolerance levels for residues on feed crops and raw and processed foods)
    municipal water supplies

FAX (703) 308-4776

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms

    alcoholic beverages and tobacco

FAX (202) 927-7862

Drug Enforcement Administration

    drugs of abuse

FAX (202) 307-9765

U.S. Department of Commerce

    exports

FAX (202) 482-5270

Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA)

    health care subsidies

FAX (410) 786-4633

Federal Trade Commission

    nonprescription drug and
    cosmetic advertising

FAX (202) 326-2050

National Marine Fisheries Services

    voluntary seafood inspection program

FAX (301) 713-2258

Occupational Safety and Health Administration

    workplace safety standards

FAX (202) 219-4761

U.S. Customs Service

    imports

FAX (410) 962-7470

Federal Bureau of Investigation

    Federal Anti-Tampering Act

FAX (202) 324-4705

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

    Epidemiology of diseases and other health problems

FAX (404) 488-5973

Nuclear Regulatory Commission

    Licensing and regulation of the nuclear industry

FAX (301) 415-7020

 FDA Office of Surveillance and Epidemiology and the Division of Cardiovascular and Renal Products,

Telephone Numbers Frequently Asked of FDA
FDA General Inquiries

888-INFO-FDA

888-463-6332
  
FDA Centers & Offices 


Office of the Commissioner 888-INFO-FDA
Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research (CBER) 301-827-0372
Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) 301-796-7100
Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) 301-796-5400
Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN) 240-402-1600
Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM)

888-FDA-VETS

888-332-8387

240- 276-9000
National Center for Toxicological Research (NCTR) 870-543-7130
Office of Regulatory Affairs (ORA) 301-827-3101
  
Safety 
FDA's emergency number 301-796-8240
866-300-4374
Food Safety Hotline 888-723-3366
FOIA requests 301-796-3900
MedWatch 800-332-1088
Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System 800-822-7967
Registration of Food Facilities 800-216-7331
  
Ombudsman 
Office of the Chief Mediator and Ombudsman 301-827-3390
CDER Ombudsman 301-594-5443
CBER Ombudsman 301-827-0379
Animal and Veterinary Ombudsman 240-276-9015
CDRH Ombudsman 301-796-5699
  
Related Contacts 
Consumer Product Safety Commission 800-638-2772
Federal Trade Commission 877-382-4357
Treasury Department’s Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade 877-382-4357
Dept. of Agriculture – Food Safety and Inspection Service 800-535-4555
EPA – Office of Pesticide Programs 202-260-2090

Regulatory Boards To Contact For Complaints

    Accountancy
    Alarm Systems Contractors Board
    Architectural & Engineering Examiners
    Auctioneer Commission
    Barber Examiners
    Collection Service
    Contractors/Home Improvement
    Cosmetology
    Employee Leasing (*now part of the Insurance Division)
    Funeral Directors, Embalmers and Burial Services
    Geology
    Home Inspector Licensing Advisory
    Land Surveyors
    Limited Licensed Electricians
    Limited Licensed Plumbers
    Locksmith Licensing Program Advisory
    Motor Vehicle Commission
    Private Investigation & Polygraph Commission
    Private Probation Service Council
    Private Protective Services
    Race Track Licensing Program
    Real Estate Appraisers
    Real Estate Commission
    Scrap Metals Registration Program
    Soil Scientist Licensing Program

Covedian Vaginal Mesh Lawsuits, Covedian Vaginal Mesh Lawyers

Written by lisaspitzer on . Posted in Medical Device Lawsuits, Transvaginal mesh

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
  •     Bleeding
  •     Back pain and digestive problems
  •     Depression
  •     Infections
  •     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.

GranuFlo, Naturalyte Dialysis Medication Lawsuits

Written by lisaspitzer on . Posted in Class MDL Class Action News

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.

Lawsuits Filed

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

Motion Filed To Establish GranuFlo MDL, GranuFlo, Dialysis Lawyers Ready

Written by lisaspitzer on . Posted in Alabama Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Alaska Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Arizona Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Arkansas Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, California Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Class Action Articles, Colorado Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Connecticut Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Delaware Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Florida Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Georgia Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, GranuFlo Dialysis Medication Lawyers, Hawaii Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Idaho Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Illinois Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Indiana Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Iowa Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Kansas Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Kentucky Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Louisiana Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Maine Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Maryland Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Massachusetts Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Michigan Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Minnesota Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Mississippi Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Missouri Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Montana Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Nebraska Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Nevada Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, New Hampshire Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, New Jersey Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, New Mexico Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, New York Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, North Carolina Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, North Dakota Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Ohio Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Oklahoma Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Oregon Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Pennsylvania Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Rhode Island Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, South Carolina Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, South Dakota Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Tennessee Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Texas Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Utah Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Vermont Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Virginia Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Washington DC Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Washington Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, West Virginia Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Wisconsin Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers, Wyoming Multidistrict Litigation Lawyers

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,
  • arrhythmias, 
  • 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.
 

Mirena IUD Helpline Launched, Perforated Uterus

Written by Class Action Lawyer on . Posted in Medical Device Lawsuits

Class Action Lawyer Network, lawyers for Mirena IUD are reviewing cases specifically where the Mirena IUD device Has moved, perforated the uterus or become embedded in an organ. A Mirena IUD Lawsuit has been filed in Ohio on behalf of a woman injured by the Mirena IUD. Cases where the Mirena IUD has perforated the uterus are being reviewed,

a national law Firm has filed two lawsuits on behalf of an Ohio woman and an Oklahoma woman who sustained permanent and physical injuries, allegedly due to Bayer’s Mirena intrauterine device (IUD)

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Mirena in 2000 as an intrauterine contraceptive. The T-shaped silicone IUD implant device releases a synthetic progestogen known as levonorgestrel into the uterus in order to prevent pregnancy. In 2009, it was also approved to treat heavy menstrual bleeding in women who use IUDs. Mirena is recommended for women who have had at least one child, and is indicated for up to 5 years of use. The device is used in over 2 million women in the United States and more than 15 million women worldwide. There have been increase reports and call to our Mirena IUD Helpline regarding the Mirena being  lost in the body, needing to be surgically removed, severing an organ or the device becoming embedded in the uterus.
According to the FDA, Mirena has been associated with serious complications such as ectopic pregnancy, intrauterine pregnancy, group A streptococcal sepsis, pelvic inflammatory disease, device embedment in the unterine wall, uterine wall and cervix perforation. Over 300,000 women have been implanted with a vagina mesh. The mesh lawsuit will be the largest of it's type. Yaz has caused blood clotds in women.

Women are the focus of manufacturers and are being injured. Speak to a vaginal mesh lawyer, Uterine perforation lawyer, Yaz blood clot lawyer today