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Low iron supplies are not uncommon. A number of medical conditions can result in low iron levels and treatments for such are readily available. However, if you received iron infusion treatments you could be at risk. A specific infusion drug, Injectafer, is linked to a condition known as Hypophosphatemia (HP). If untreated, and especially if you received multiple rounds of Injectafer infusions, this condition can worsen. If you believe you received Injectafer as an infusion treatment you could be at risk of developing HP.
Injectafer Linked to Hypophosphatemia (HP)
A recently published gold-standard scientific study reported that patients who received an IV infusion with a drug called Injectafer were at a substantially increased risk for a condition called Hypophosphatemia (HP). This condition could lead to severe muscle and bone damage, elevating your risk for serious injuries and even death. Complications of severe HP can be life-threatening or debilitating.
Injectafer Treatments Are Potentially Dangerous
If you or a loved one received one or more intravenous (IV) infusions of iron for a condition called iron deficiency anemia (low iron levels in your blood), due to blood loss from menstruation, pregnancy, chronic inflammatory gastrointestinal disease (such as Crohns Disease or Irritable Bowel Syndrome) and other conditions – and within days or weeks after the infusion suffered muscular or bone weakness leading to serious injury or death, you may be entitled to compensation.
Know Your Rights: Contact Our Experienced Lawyers
If you or a loved one believe you received Injectafer for iron deficiency anemia and have suffered a severe injury resulting from HP, call now. Set up a free, no obligation, consultation to find out if we can help you or your loved one. No legal fees unless we settle or win your case. Call or text 877-544-5323.