Ondansetron hydrochloride is the chemically accurate name for the prescription drug called Zofran. This compound has been marketed as a safe and effective way to prevent or lessen nausea, dizziness, and vomiting in patients after complex treatments. Particularly, it was developed for patients who had recently undergone surgery or chemotherapy.
Recent studies have started to link Zofran to serious side effects. Sometimes they stem from the drug interacting with other medications, but in other instances, the complications come without warning. For this reason, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) may need to reassess the medication for its safeness for regular use and dosages.
Are you taking Zofran? Have you experienced troubling or painful symptoms? It could be the source. You are encouraged to contact your doctor as soon as you can to figure out what to do next to prevent further harm.
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Zofran entered the prescription drug medication market under approval of the FDA, but only for patients who had undergone surgical procedures or chemotherapy sessions. GlaxoSmithKline – the drug’s manufacturer – has since advertised it as a way for other people to cure nausea without further review from the FDA. This form of negligent control and marketing of a drug could put all blame for Zofran’s harmful side effects right at the feet of the pharmaceutical giant.
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