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Side Effects and Withdrawals of Bextra

On April 7th 2005 the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a request to Pfizer to withdraw Bextra from the market.  The FDA cited increased risks to users of the drug of stroke, heart attack and serious skin reactions that could result in death.  Other reported side effects included angina and Stevens-Johnson syndrome.

Cardiovascular risks associated with Bextra were first acknowledged by Pfizer in October 2004.  Shortly after a study released by the American Heat Association reported that patients recovering from cardiac surgery were 2 times more likely to suffer a heart attack or stroke if they were taking Bextra.

 

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Government Regulation And The Law Of Unintended Consequences Townhall
Townhall Government Regulation And The Law of Unintended Consequences Townhall Bextra was withdrawn from the market in 2005 due to some alleged rare side effects that included slightly elevated risk of heart attack and stroke. Vioxx is another COX 2 inhibitor that was withdrawn from the market in 2004, also due to safety

Nearly A Third Of FDAapproved Drugs Had Problems, Study Finds CNN
CNN Nearly a third of FDA approved drugs had problems, study finds CNN CNN Patients might think the US Food and Drug Administration39s stamp of approval means that a product is the last word on safety, but about a third of the drugs the FDA approved between 2001 and 2010 were involved in some kind of safety event after and more raquo

Pfizer Reaches Initial Deal Settling Celebrex, Bextra Suits Bloomberg
Pfizer Reaches Initial Deal Settling Celebrex, Bextra Suits Bloomberg The plaintiffs in that case claimed Pfizer released only a six month portion of the study in April 2000 after the drug didn39t show the desired reduction in side effects compared with other drugs. Pfizer won that case in district court, only to have it

Celebrex Arthritis Drug Safety Study Surprises Heart Experts THV11.com
THV11.com Celebrex arthritis drug safety study surprises heart experts THV11.com This was one of the most important safety events really in recent medical history, Dr. Steven Nissen of the Cleveland Clinic, one of the first researchers to link Vioxx to the life threatening cardiovascular side effects, told CBS News. It also Once scorned, Celebrex wins some vindication as safe treatment for arthritisSTAT Safety Of Painkiller Celebrex Affirmed In New StudyNPR all 216 news articles raquo

Lead Cases Against Pfizer Over Celebrex Drug Appointed To Proof Before Answer...
Lead cases against Pfizer over Celebrex drug appointed to proof before answer Scottish Legal News misrepresented the results of their studies to regulators and the public. In particular, the pursuers aver: From 1999 to 2004, the defenders maintained to the public and GPS that Celebrex and indeed Bextra were wholly safe painkillers without

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