Lawsuit Blames Granuflo for the Death of a Mother from California

Reports say two women from California recently filed a Granuflo lawsuit in the U.S. District Court in Oakland, California. The plaintiffs, Deborah Lower and Constance Morgan, filed the case on March 28, 2013.  According to them, the acid concentrate Granuflo caused their mother’s death.  They are charging the manufacturer of the alleged dialysis product with wrongful death.

 

Granuflo is an acid concentrate preferred by numerous dialysis centers in the United States. This product, which was manufactured by Fresenius Medical Care, helps neutralize the acid in the blood of dialysis patients. It was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in the year 2003, after which it was successfully released on the market. Its popularity reached a point where it was recognized as one of the most utilized acid concentrates in the country.

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