A recent product recall is causing some families to investigate why their loved one died during dialysis treatment.
The Food and Drug Administration has ordered the recall of several products that are used during dialysis. The drugs have been linked to a condition known as metabolic alkalosis, which is a high serum bicarbonate level in the blood. Metabolic alkalosis can cause heart problems, cardiac arrest, stroke and death.
If your loved one died during or immediately after dialysis, it is important that you call a dialysis-death attorney as soon has possible. Tennessee law has a very short deadline for bringing this type of case, and unless you act promptly whatever rights you may have will be lost.
Call The Law Offices of John Day, P.C., at 866-812-8787 (in Nashville and surrounding areas call 615-742-4880) to see if you have any rights if a loved one died during dialysis treatment. We do not charge for an initial consultation.