What is Traslylol?
Many people with coronary artery disease have to under go coronary artery bypass grafts (CABG), a relatively uncomplicated surgery conducted to remove plaque deposits that obstruct the flow of blood to the heart muscles. During a CABG surgery, doctors often us Trasylol to prevent blood loss during the surgery; Trasylol, however, has recently been linked by the FDA to an increased risk for kidney problems, heart attacks, and strokes.
If you have undergone a CABG and experience problems, you should contract your medical provider, because Trasylol may be behind the health complication. Patient who take Trasylol should be closely monitored for problems to the kidney, heart or nervous system. If you or someone you know has suffered complications, you should contact Bayer and a local attorney that specializes in defective drugs.