24 July, 2014

You Don’t Need More Health Problems: On How an Improperly Labeled Dialysis Component Can Harm You

By | July 24th, 2014|Pharmaceuticals|

For many patients, dialysis is a life-saving procedure, one that they gladly incorporate into their lives. Unfortunately, for some dialysis patients, that life-saving treatment comes with an unnecessary risk of cardiac arrest (often mistakenly [...]

1 July, 2014

How Many Times? SIX TIMES as Likely to Have Cardiac Arrest While Using GranuFlo

By | July 1st, 2014|Pharmaceuticals|

In 2011 the manufacturer of GranuFlo sent a company memo. The memo said that their medical staff had found that patients with excessive levels of bicarbonate in their blood were six to eight times [...]

28 August, 2013

The GranuFlo Lawsuit: Did Fresenius Just Not “Get” the Memo?

By | August 28th, 2013|Pharmaceuticals|

The popular dialysate GranuFlo, used in countless dialysis centers across America, has been linked to an increased risk of heart attacks. This news came as a shock to many patients and doctors. Some patients [...]

20 June, 2013

This is a Heart Attack – on the Fresenius GranuFlo Lawsuit and Your Health

By | June 20th, 2013|Pharmaceuticals|

This is cardiopulmonary arrest. The heart stops contracting effectively, making blood circulation cease, making the brain unable to receive oxygen, leading, very quickly, to the possibility of permanent brain damage or death. Within seconds, [...]

7 May, 2013

Granuflo and Heart Attacks – Only the Patients Were Surprised!

By | May 7th, 2013|Pharmaceuticals|

On November 4th, 2011 the pharmaceutical company Fresenius sent an internal memo to its doctors practicing in the company's many dialysis centers across America, warning them that failure to properly use one of their [...]