Trasylol

Trasylol Side Effects

One of the drugs commonly administered during heart surgery, Trasylol, has been demonstrated as having adverse effects and may possibly cause life-threatening heart attacks. Trasylol is a medication used to control blood loss during cardiovascular surgery and has been given to patients throughout the U.S. A study by the New England Journal of Medicine has been released, detailing serious risks associated with the use of Trasylol, such as heart attack, kidney failure and increased chance of stroke.

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Trasylol Lawsuits

The drug Trasylol, or generic aprotinin, is an antifibrinolytic agent commonly given to heart surgery patients in order to control bleeding. Since its approval by the FDA and release by Bayer AG in 1993, Trasylol has been widely used in the U.S. However, in 2006, an independent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine revealed serious risks of life-threatening side effects associated with Trasylol use.

 

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Trasylol

Trasylol is a prescription medication that is used to help lessen the loss of blood during heart surgery. Trasylol is referred to as a protease inhibitor. This drug can greatly reduce the inflammation caused by cardiopulmonary bypass surgery.

Warnings about Trasylol

Trasylol should not be taken by those who are allergic to it. If a patient has taken this drug, he or she should not take it again for at least twelve months.

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