Pradaxa Lawsuit News and Information
The new blood thinner Pradaxa has been linked to an increased risk of serious and potentially life-threatening bleeding, leading many to question its safety. PRADAXA LAWSUIT STATUS: Users of Pradaxa who suffered severe internal bleeding, hemorrhages or other problems may be eligible to pursue a Pradaxa lawsuit. Lawyers are reviewing potential claims for individuals throughout […]
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A pretrial schedule has been issued for the first federal Pradaxa bellwether trial, which will begin jury selection on September 8.
The FDA has agreed to expand the use of Pradaxa to include prevention of DVT and pulmonary embolism, with the decision coming amid continuing concerns about the risk of uncontrollable bleeding problems associated with a lack of reversal agent.
A new study suggests that a possible reversal agent may be on the horizon to reduce the risk of serious bleeding problems on Pradaxa.
A new study sheds more light on the accuracy of the FDA’s adverse event reporting system, which is often denigrated for its unscientific structure.
Boehringer Ingelheim must pay for plaintiff attorneys to go to Europe and interview employees in association with ongoing Pradaxa litigation.
The scheudle for Pradaxa bellwether trials has been revised, pushing the first trial date back a month.
An analysis of FDA adverse event reports showing Eliquis to be the safest of the new blood thinners has come under fire from other manufacturers of competing drugs.
The makers of Pradaxa failed to show the FDA an analysis indicating an increasing rate of fatal bleeding events, court documents suggest.
A Canadian research institute is embroiled in Pradaxa litigation and faces questions about the integrity of its clinical trial data.
A Kentucky woman has filed a lawsuit claiming that side effects of Xarelto caused her to suffer internal bleeding, raising similar allegations to those raised in Pradaxa lawsuits.
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