Injured using Invokana?
Signs, symptoms and complications of ketoacidosis
MedlinePlus, a publication of the U.S. National Library of Medicine, notes that common symptoms of ketoacidosis include:
• Decreased alertness
• Deep, rapid breathing
• Dry skin and mouth
• Flushed face
• Frequent urination and thirst
• Fruity-smelling breath
• Muscle stiffness or aches
• Nausea and vomiting
• Stomach pain
Invokana® lawsuits are currently being filed
Law firms are filing suits against Invokana’s manufacturer, Johnson & Johnson. We are currently working with clients who have suffered injury or the loss of a loved one as a result of complications caused by Invokana. We’ll have an initial free consultation to go over medical history and complications, and our staff can look into medical records to find out if you have a case.
If you feel you or a loved one suffered as a result of taking Invokana, and experienced complications that include fluid on the brain (cerebral edema), heart attack, or serious kidney problems you could qualify for compensation. Your initial diagnosis may not have been directly related to your type 2 diabetes, or to the main complications of taking Invokana, ketoacidosis, and you may still have a case.