Published: December 3, 2012
Tags: 5-Hour Energy, adverse events, consumer complaints, ENERGY DRINKS, FDA, Food and Drug Administration, Monster Energy, product liability, Rockstar Energy Drink, wrongful death
The Food and Drug Administration has released some detailed information on adverse event reports related to several popular energy drinks.
An independent watch dog group has reported a 23.8 percent increase in the number of reports of serious adverse events associated with the use of various medications during the first quarter of 2012 as compared to the same time period last year.
Published: June 7, 2012
Tags: Accutane, adverse events, Avandia, Bayer, Chantix, Coumadin, drug litigation, FDA, Food and Drug Administration, GlaxoSmithKline, Hoffman-LaRoche, Institute for Safe Medication Practices, Johnson & Johnson, Levaquin, Pfizer, Pradaxa, prescription drugs, Reglan, Wyeth, Yasmin, Yaz
The anti-nausea drug Reglan and its generic counterparts were the drugs most frequently cited in litigation in 2011, according to a consumer watchdog’s latest analysis of Food and Drug Administration statistics.
A drug manufacturer had no duty to warn of the higher incidence of “adverse events” reported by those taking the company’s anti-cholesterol drug, a Pennsylvania appeals court has ruled in an unpublished decision affirming a defense verdict.