PPIs have been linked to various kidney injuries. These include interstitial nephritis and inflammation of the kidneys which can result in a chronic or permanent injury. Since 2007, there have been no warnings or label changes in spite of overwhelming evidence that taking PPIs result in various kidney injuries.
A study released in 2016 by the Journal of American Society of Nephrology found that 96% of patients taking a PPI had an increased risk of developing kidney failure, and 28% of patients had an increased risk for developing kidney disease.
If you or a loved one has suffered kidney injuries as a result of PPI use, please call today to schedule your FREE consultation with Tucson Attorney Sarah J. Showard to discuss your case: (520) 622-3344 or toll free (866) 307-2147
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