Study Shows Granuflo May Endanger Dialysis Patients' Lives
Posted in the Internal Medicine Forum
#1 Jul 23, 2013
After Fresenius received lots of adverse event reports concerning GranuFlo, the company conducted a private research study to determine whether or not the claims were true. In the end, results of the research study indeed showed that GranuFlo may be dangerous when patients are administered the wrong dose. Based on the study, wrong dosage of GranuFlo may contribute to a sharp increase in the number of patients dying abruptly from heart complications. Read more http://medicaldrugsinjuries.blog.com/2013/07/...
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