The drug Trasylol was used during open-heart surgery to reduce blood loss in thousands of patients. However, the FDA suspended sales of the drug in 2007 over a possible link to kidney failures, heart attacks and strokes.
Because so many heart surgery patients received Trasylol during the 14 years it was on the market, attorneys told legal newspaper Lawyers USA that litigation is likely to develop into a mass tort.
If you or someone you care about has been injured by a dangerous pharmaceutical product like Trasylol, you should speak with an experienced South Carolina personal injury attorney like the ones at the Louthian Law Firm as soon as possible. Our attorneys can help you evaluate your case; protect your legal right to the courts; and stand by your side throughout the legal process. For a free consultation, call the Columbia SC Defective Drug Lawyers at Louthian Law Firm today at 1-866-410-5656.
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