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GranuFlo and NaturaLyte, two drugs made by Fresenius Medical Care for use during kidney dialysis, were recalled by the FDA on March 29, 2012. This is a copy of the FDA recall notice. This was the most serious type of FDA recall, a Class I recall, which means that the drug is likely to cause serious injury or death if used.
GranuFlo and NaturaLyte were recalled after they were found to have a significant risk of causing cardiac problems, heart attacks, and sudden death.
It is possible that the time to file a NaturaLyte or GranuFlo lawsuit could end on March 29, 2014, or even on some earlier date. If you suffered serious cardiac injuries or a heart attack during or after dialysis, or if you lost a family member from cardiac problems during or after dialysis, and if you don't have a lawyer, you need to contact a law firm. The injuries or death may have been caused by GranuFlo or NaturaLyte, and you may be unaware of it. There are lawyers (such as myself) who will evaluate a potential lawsuit free-of-charge. If it appears that the injuries or death may have been linked to NaturaLyte or GranuFlo, lawyers such as myself pay the cost of getting the medical records to find out if those drugs were used. If you suffered injuries or lost a loved one due to cardiac problems during or after dialysis, and this occurred before March 29, 2012, you should consider contacting a law firm immediately. Time may be quickly running out for you to take action to collect a large amount of money damages.