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Trasylol Kidney Failure

Texas Trasylol Kidney Failure and Recall Lawyer

From 1993 to 2007, patients with heart ailments went to their doctors for advice and to their surgeons for invasive heart surgery. During these surgeries, many patients were administered Trasylol, also known as Aprotinin, as an anticoagulant to thicken the blood and reduce bleeding.

Unfortunately in 2006, studies reported that Trasylol increased the patients’ risk of kidney failure, blood clots, congestive heart failure and stroke. Subsequent studies indicate that as many as 22,000 people died as a result of usage from 2005 to 2007 alone.

In November of 2007, the FDA suspended the use of Trasylol. And in October 2008, Bayer, the drug’s manufacturer, withdrew all remaining stocks of Trasylol from the US market. Currently, thousands of patients and their families are left wondering about the effects of the drug administered during invasive surgeries since 1993.

Our Drug Defect Lawyers are Currently Representing Clients Across the Country for Related Injuries and Deaths.

If you have questions regarding the possible effects of the drug or the FDA recall, contact the knowledgeable attorneys of Zehl & Associates.
We are currently working on recovering compensation for hundreds of victims of Trasylol and other dangerous and defective drugs.

If you have undergone open heart surgery or any another type of invasive heart procedure and have since experienced kidney failure, blood clots or other serious heart problems, contact the pharmaceutical attorneys at Zehl & Associates today. We will work with your medical providers to determine whether Trasylol was used during your surgery and whether you have sustained side effects that may be attributable to the drug.

Once your case is proven, the Trasylol Lawyers at Zehl & Associates will relentlessly pursue the manufacturer of this dangerously defective drug for full compensation for your injuries and damages.

The drug is manufactured by Bayer, with its American headquarters in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. If you have been injured by Trasylol, our pharmaceutical lawyers will investigate the available jurisdictions and remedies and will file a lawsuit seeking compensation for your injuries. Lawsuits are on file in Florida, Illinois, Pennsylvania, and many other jurisdictions.

Contact One of Our Experienced Attorneys

If you have questions regarding this topic, contact the experienced Defective Drug Lawyers at Zehl & Associates. We offer free initial consultations and are available for evening and weekend appointments. Because we exclusively work on a contingency-fee basis, you pay nothing if we don’t recover damages in your case. Our offices are centrally located in the Galleria Financial Center. To contact a lawyer, call our toll-free number.