Invokana® has caused some patients serious, life-threatening side effects. Get the facts from the Hollis Law Firm regarding recent Invokana ketoacidosis lawsuits.
Invokana® is a pharmaceutical drug prescribed to those patients suffering from Type 2 diabetes. Invokana is classified as a sodium-glucose co-transporter 2 (SGLT2) inhibitor. While other Type 2 diabetes drugs are manufactured to increase the amount of insulin in the blood, Invokana is designed to block the reabsorption of sugar into the blood. Instead, the unabsorbed sugar is secreted during urination. The result of this process leads to lower blood sugar in the patient. In March of 2013, Invokana was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in the public market. Shortly after the new drug hit the market, the FDA issued an official public warning due to the fact that some patients were experiencing a serious side effect, called ketoacidosis, as a result of taking Invokana. Due to the fact that patients were not warned about the potential negative side effect, some patients are filling Invokana ketoacidosis lawsuits.
How are patients filling Invokana ketoacidosis lawsuits?
Patients are seeking an Invokana side effect attorney at the Hollis Law Firm to answer all their questions regarding Invokana ketoacidosis lawsuits. To speak to a member of the Hollis Law Firm today, call 1-800-701-3672 or fill out the form found on this page. The Hollis Law Firm is located in the heart of the Midwest in Kansas City, though the Hollis Law Firm has experience representing those who have fallen victim to bad drugs from across the Unites States. After you reach out to us about the details of your case, we will work with you to determine if your case is viable. The Hollis Law Firm will treat your case details in a professional and confidential manner. Call now for a free Invokana lawsuit case review.