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Trayslol is a drug used during heart surgery (bypasses).  Unfortunately, recent studies have shown that can lead to kidney failure and dialysis.  As such, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has requested a suspension in the marketing of the drug Trayslol in the interest of patient safety based on their preliminary investigations of health problems and adverse reactions that have been associated with the use of Trayslol.  The FDA has not yet received full study data but expects to act quickly with Bayer, the study's researchers at the Ottawa Health Research Institute, and other regulatory agencies to undertake a thorough analysis of data to better understand the risks and benefits of Trayslol.

If you have suffered kidney failure and are on dialysis, have had a heart attack or stroke after heart bypass surgery and Trayslol was used in the surgery, it is important to seek to medical assistance.  If you have questions regarding a kidney failure lawsuit regarding Trayslol, please feel free to e-mail Texas Trayslol Lawyer Jason Coomer with your name & contact information.

Trayslol Related Health Problems and FDA Reaction

Unfortunately, there are limited treatment options for patients at risk for excessive bleeding during cardiac surgery. Thus, FDA is working with Bayer to phase Trayslol out of the marketplace in a way that does not cause shortages of other drugs used for this purpose.

Until FDA can review the data from the terminated study it is not possible to determine and identify a population of patients undergoing cardiac surgery for which the benefits of Trayslol outweigh the risks. Understanding that individual doctors may identify specific cases where benefit outweighs risk, FDA is committed to exploring ways for those doctors to have continued, limited access to Trayslol.

The FDA has been notified that researchers with the Ottawa Health Institute stopped a study on Trayslol because the drug appeared to increase the risk for death compared to two other antifibrinolytic drugs used in the study. Antifibrinolytic drugs help slow the breakdown of blood clots and subsequent excessive bleeding. The preliminary data from this terminated study also suggested that fewer patients receiving the drug experienced serious bleeding events.

The FDA issued an Early Communication about an Ongoing Safety Review of Trayslol in response to the Canadian study's termination. In 2006, the FDA revised the labeling for Trayslol to strengthen its safety warning and limit its approved usage to patients at an increased risk for blood loss and blood transfusion during coronary bypass graft surgery.

Trayslol Related Health Problems can include Kidney Failure

 

The Food and Drug Administration has issued a Public Health Advisory alerting doctors who perform heart bypass surgery, and their patients, that Trayslol (aprotinin injection), a drug used to prevent blood loss during surgery, has been linked to higher risks of serious side effects including kidney problems, heart attacks and strokes in patients who undergo artery bypass graft surgery.

If you have suffered kidney failure and are on dialysis, have had a heart attack or stroke after heart bypass surgery and Trayslol was used in the surgery, it is important to seek to medical assistance.  If you have questions regarding a kidney failure lawsuit regarding Trayslol, please feel free to e-mail Texas Trayslol Lawyer Jason Coomer with your name & contact information.

Trayslol Lawsuit Lawyers

Texas Dangerous Drug Attorney Jason Coomer commonly works with other lawyers throughout Texas and the United States including Houston Trayslol Lawyers, Boston Trayslol Lawyers, San Antonio Pharmaceutical Lawsuit Lawyers, Dallas Defective Medication Lawsuit Lawyers, and other Austin Dangerous Drug Lawsuit Lawyers.  By sharing information and working together, his law firm and other firms throughout Texas and the United States are able to provide better representation for there clients.  

Texas Kidney Failure Lawyer Jason Coomer also works on Avandia Lawsuits, Antidepressant Drug Lawsuits, Pharmacy Misfill & Drug Interaction Lawsuits, Mesothelioma Lawsuits, and other Personal Injury Lawsuits.

If you or a loved one have suffered a heart attack, stroke, kidney failure, or other health problems that you think was caused by Trayslol, please seek medical assistance as soon as possible and feel free to e-mail any questions you might have to toxicdose@texaslawyers.com.


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