Keith, Miller, Butler, Schneider & Pawlik (K.M.B.S.P), a Northwest Arkansas-based firm with locations in Fayetteville and Rogers, offers support for those suffering negative side effects of the medical drug Invokana.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has strengthened the warning for the type 2 diabetes medicine canagliflozin (Invokana, Invokamet) related to the increased risk of bone fractures, and has added new information about decreased bone mineral density, according to the FDA. Bone mineral density relates to the strength of a person’s bones.
Invokana may also lead to ketoacidosis, a serious condition where the body produces high levels of blood acids called ketones, according to the FDA. Ketoacidosis may result in coma or death.
The FDA encourages all patients and doctors to report adverse events at
K.M.B.S.P. urges those suffering from negative side effects caused by the use of Invokana to speak with a doctor about options for care. Then contact K.M.B.S.P. for a free case evaluation.
K.M.B.S.P is a unique firm with attorneys handling a wide variety of cases, spanning from prescription drug injuries, serious car and tractor trailer collisions, tax law, banking, wills and trusts, to business litigation. The firm also hosts attorneys that are recognized statewide for their work in criminal defense and divorce cases.