Sinus Drug Ketek Claims, Heart Problems,
and Liver Failure Claims
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Evidence is mounting that the
sinus drug Ketek (telithromycin) may cause fatal drug reactions
including liver failure, respiratory problems, and heart
problems as well as serious adverse drug reactions causing liver
failure and the need for a liver transplant. The Food and Drug
Administration (FDA) has recently taken action to limit
distribution of Ketek, but Ketek is still available and many
consumers, doctors, and patients may not realize the dangers
that Ketek poses.
If you have been taking Ketek and have
suffered severe liver problems including liver failure requiring
a liver transplant or have lost a loved one that was taking
Ketek from liver failure, it is important to seek to medical
assistance. If you have questions regarding a liver failure
claim or other Ketek claims,
please feel free to e-mail Texas Ketek Lawyer Jason Coomer with
your name & contact information.
Ketek Related Health Problems can
include Liver Failure
Ketek is a drug that was designed to clear up
sinus infections, but unfortunately can have a devastating
effect on a person's health including causing death, liver
failure, breathing problems, nerve problems, or liver damage.
People taking Ketek have described experiencing chills, trouble
walking, dizziness, leg pain, fevers, jaundice, blurred vision,
loss of consciousness, neurological problems, worsening of
breathing problems, and vomiting blood. These symptoms can
last for several weeks and can end in complete liver failure
resulting in death.
If you have been taking Ketek and have experienced these severe
health problems or drug-induced hepatitis seek immediate medical
treatment. Inform your medical providers that you have been
taking Ketek. Sometimes ceasing taking Ketek is enough for the
body to start to recover, other times a liver transplant is
necessary as Ketek may cause severe liver damage including
Since the Food and Drug Administration has learned of the risks
caused by Ketek, the drug has been withdrawn for the treatment
of sinus infections, but Ketek is still available to patients
who have a certain type of pneumonia. The manufacturer of Ketek
and the FDA have been criticized for the safety trials
commissioned regarding Ketek as well as the approval process.
Criticisms of Sanofi-Aventis and the FDA include fraud,
malpractice, conflicts of interest, falsified results, and
hiding problems in the approval process.
If you are taking Ketek and develop symptoms of of liver
problems, it is important that you contact a health care
provider immediately to discuss whether you should continue
taking the drug. Signs of liver problems include loss of
appetite, nausea, dark urine, pale stools, jaundice, and itching
or abdominal pain.
If you have lost a person that you love from
liver failure that you think was caused by Ketek or you believe
that you have suffered serious liver damage from Ketek and need
a Texas Liver Failure Lawyer to investigate a possible Ketek
death claim or Ketek injury claim,
please feel free
to e-mail Texas Liver Failure Lawyer Jason Coomer with your name
& contact information or
our online form for a free case evaluation.
Texas Dangerous Drug Attorney Jason Coomer
commonly works with other lawyers throughout Texas and the
United States including Houston Ketek Lawyers, Boston Ketek
Lawyers, San Antonio Pharmaceutical Lawyers, Dallas Defective
Medication Lawyers, and other Austin Dangerous Drug Claim
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 Liver Failure Lawyer Jason Coomer also
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If you or a loved one have or
are taking the drug for an extended period consult your doctor.
If you or a loved one have suffered a heart attack, liver
failure, or other health problems that you think was caused by
Ketek, please seek medical assistance as soon as possible and
feel free to e-mail any questions you might have to
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