Serevent Side Effects Can Be Deadly
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The popular asthma drug Serevent (salmeterol xinafoate), "… may increase the chance of severe asthma episodes, and death when those episodes occur," according to a warning issued by the FDA in November of 2005.
The Serevent lawyers at Weitz & Luxenberg may be able to help you file an Serevent lawsuit if you've taken Serevent to treat asthma and have suffered an injury from Serevent side effects or if a loved one has died after taking Serevent.
Serevent belongs to a class of drugs called long-acting beta 2-adrenergic agonists (LABA) which are long-acting bronchodilator medicines.
It has been prescribed to asthma patients of all ages, but more information is surfacing that Serevent can cause extremely dangerous side effects and fatalities in some users.
There have been reports of up to 4,000 fatalities linked to Serevent side effects. Weitz & Luxenberg's Serevent attorneys are investigating these reports further.
The FDA has also asked GlaxoSmithKline, the makers of Serevent to add new warnings on their labels, alerting patients to the risks of taking Serevent.
If you have used Serevent to treat asthma and have required hospitalization, or if a loved one has died after taking Serevent, the Serevent lawyers at Weitz & Luxenberg may be able to file a lawsuit against GlaxoSmithKline and get you compensation for your injuries, pain and suffering.
Weitz & Luxenberg is no longer accepting new Serevent cases.
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