Cardiovascular Surgeon Traysol Review

Trasylol/Aprotinin is a commonly used drug during heart surgery that is known to cause serious complications.  These complications include kidney damage, an increased risk of a heart attack, heart failure, and stroke. Trasylol is a drug that has been on the market for 13 years and is used to control bleeding.  This drug is used in as many as 1 million hearts and bypass surgeries per year. Trasylol doubles the risk of kidney damage but also increases the risk of heart attack by 48%. Heart failure risk is also increased by 109% and stroke by 181%. Because it is given intravenously, most people do not even know that they are receiving it. Also, this drug is so bad they stopped clinical trials as complications exceeded 35%.

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