Did GranuFlo or NaturalLyte Kill Your Loved One?
GranuFlo and NaturalLyte, Used in America’s Largest Dialysis Centers, Linked to Cardiac Arrest
Did you know that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is investigating Fresenius Medical Care, one of the largest dialysis centers in the country, over GranuFlo and NaturaLyte use and patient deaths?
Some reports have indicated that the products are linked to cases of cardiac arrest in dialysis patients. To learn more about the FDA investigation into GranuFlo and NaturalLyte risks, you read this New York Times report. The article suggests that Fresenius alerted physicians and medical directors about GranuFlo and NaturaLyte risks through an internal memo, with the document indicating that in 2010, approximately 941 hemodialysis patients suffered heart attacks at 667 Fresenius dialysis centers.
Unfortunately, this memo and the FDA investigation came far too late for many people who suffered grave injuries or died as the result of being treated with GranuFlo and NaturalLyte.
Speaking to Our GranuFlo and NaturalLyte Wrongful Death Attorneys
If you believe that your loved one died due to GranuFlo or NaturalLyte use or you suffered injuries, our prescription drug and medical malpractice injury attorneys would like to talk to you. We could potentially review your medical records to see if there is a link between the dialysis treatment and any adverse side effects.
We could help you file a class action drug lawsuit or proceed with another form of litigation. Keep in mind, our firm includes Dr. Ryan Krebs, M.D., J.D., whose skill set makes him qualified to handle prescription drug injury cases. Contact our experienced injury attorneys today for more information, if GranuFlo or NaturalLyte harmed your loved one. You may reach us by contacting the number above, or by filling out a request form located on this page.
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