What is a Dialysate?
The Dorland’s Medical Dictionary for Health Consumers defined a dialysate in 2007 as “the fluid and solutes in a dialysis process that flow through the dialyzer, do not pass through the membrane, and are discarded along with removed toxic substances after leaving the dialyzer.” Another respected medical dictionary by the name of the Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine wrote in 2008 that dialysates are “chemical bath(s) used in dialysis to draw fluids and toxins out of the bloodstream and supply electrolytes and other chemicals to the bloodstream.” Essentially, dialysates are the critical agents in dialysis that cleanse the blood and stabilize the chemical levels within the bloodstream. Lawsuits Dialysis Attorneys can help out in some injury situations.
When it is a Good Idea to Call a Dialysis Injury Lawyer
It is a good idea to call a dialysis injury lawyer when you have had dialysis treatment with a defective or faulty dialysate—like NaturaLyte and/or GranFlo—and have experienced negative complications as a result. Some negative complications of dialysates like the above-mentioned include:
? Heart attack or stroke
? Cardiac arrhythmia (irregular heartbeats)
? Low blood pressure
? Metallic Alkolosis
Call our toll-free number or email us to speak with a caring representative that wants to help you understand your legal rights as a victim, and champion those rights via figuring out whether or not you qualify for legal representation by a dialysis injury attorney in a civil court of law. Call us for a free case review. When you are deemed eligible, we will provide you with advocacy-first legal service, meaning that we never charge you a penny until we actually win your case and subsequently get you the monetary compensation that you deserve as a victim of corporate, pharmaceutical negligence. Your monetary retribution resultant of a successful trial could cover hospital expenses, medical expenses, the costs associated with Wrongful Death like funeral and burial needs, not to mention the cost of prescription drugs you may need to deal with the negative effects that a defective dialysate is responsible for in addition to the amount of money that the original dialysis treatment cost you, out of pocket.