North Carolina Propulsid lawyer

A condition known as Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) was treated with the drug Propulsid, which worked by increasing muscle tone in the esophageal sphincter. Janssen Pharmaceutical Inc., however, announced in 2000 it would voluntarily stop marketing Propulsid, also known as Cisapride, in the United States.

Propulsid side effects

Serious side effects linked to Propulsid use include cardiac arrest in people who had no prior heart diseases and heart rhythm irregularities. Janssen revised the label for Propulsid several times to inform users and health care professionals about various side effects and risks.

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