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Proceed With Caution: the Potential Dangers of Tygacil Use

THE POTENTIAL DANGERS OF TYGACIL USE Originally created and sold by Wyeth, a subsidiary of Pfizer, Inc., Tygacil is an antibacterial drug that treats infections. The drug was first approved for public use in 2005 and began being administered to patients through IVs to treat staph infections shortly thereafter. Tygacil has never been approved to treat hospital-acquired pneumonia or diabetes-related foot infections. In 2010, the FDA revealed that Tygacil consumption for unapproved uses can increase the likelihood of death ΔΛΛ More recently, in 2013, the FDA went as far as adding a "Black Box" warning to the drug. ALLEGED SIDE EFFECTS POTENTIAL LEGAL LOSSES Swelling of the face and throat Medical bills Acute pancreatitis Loss of income Liver problems Emotional pain Jaundice Physical suffering Loss of consortium (when applicable) Cholestasis Severe skin reactions Wrongful death (when applicable) Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS) Wrongful death f you or a love one suspects that past gacil use might have caused genuine physical or emotional damage, consider speaking with an experienced personal injury attorney. Robert J. DeBry ASSOCI ATES

Proceed With Caution: the Potential Dangers of Tygacil Use

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Sadly, just because the FDA approves a prescription drug for public use, doesn't mean that it's completely safe. Tygacil is one of those drugs which, in certain circumstances, has proven to be harmful.


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