Invokana

28
Mar

What Are the Requirements to File an Invokana Lawsuit?

Invokana, manufactured by Johnson & Johnson, is named in lawsuits filed by diabetes patients who blame the drug for serious and sometimes life-threatening side effects. When Invokana was first approved and released for use by the public, it was hailed as a life-changing prescription for many adults with diabetes. In addition to blocking the absorption of sugar and eliminating the

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13
Dec

Latest in Invokana News: Increased Risk of Amputations

Invokana, an SGLT-2 inhibitor designed to treat Type 2 Diabetes, is manufactured by Janssen, a division of Johnson & Johnson. Recently, it’s come to light that in addition to potential kidney problems, cardiovascular issues, and an increased risk of ketoacidosis, Invokana also carries an increased risk of amputations. FDA-Designed Studies Reveal Risk of Invokana Amputations While the FDA previously received

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6
Sep

Invokana Linked to Another Serious Side Effect: Lower Limb Amputation

Invokana remains under fire as it is linked to another serious side effect. In addition to lawsuits filed against Janssen Pharmaceuticals and its parent company Johnson & Johnson for ketoacidosis, kidney infections, and blood infections, Invokana has now been linked to an increase in risk for lower limb amputation. This isn’t a small risk. Invokana almost doubles the risk according

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31
May

Invokana Lawsuits On The Rise One Year Later

Invokana was approved by the FDA in 2013. Yet, in May 2016, a health and safety review was performed on Invokana and other SGLT2 inhibitors by Health Canada. The FDA followed suit a short time later because of the number of complaints and regarding cardiovascular problems, kidney damage, development of ketoacidosis, and strokes. Invokana Lawsuits Filed Against Manufacturer Invokana was

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18
Apr

Invokana Update: Lawsuits to Remain in Philadelphia Federal Court

Invokana lawsuits will remain in the Philadelphia federal court according to a recent ruling. Invokana, a prescription medication to treat diabetes, is meant to help control blood sugars and lower A1C in adults. However, it’s been linked to serious side effects including: Ketoacidosis Urinary tract infections Kidney problems Cardiovascular problems Ketoacidosis is extremely concerning. It requires hospitalization and may result

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