Trasylol (generic name: aprotinin) is a drug used to prevent excessive blood loss during heart surgery.
How can Trasylol injure you and your loved ones?
Studies have found that Trasylol greatly increases the risk of kidney failure, stroke, encephalopathy, heart failure or heart attack . The FDA has also found that Trasylol presents a heightened risk for fatal anaphylactic reactions in patients who have been received the same drug up to twelve months before.
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If you or a loved one have suffered a severe side effect as a result of using Trasylol, you may be entitled to compensation. Complete the Quick Intake form at the top of this page or call our legal intake center at 1 (800) 438-6453 to receive your FREE case evaluation.