Propofol® Attorneys Jacksonville FDA Recall, Warning or Action: The FDA notified healthcare professionals of a nationwide recall on three (3) lots of Propofol® because of particles embedded in the glass that are visible. If these particles were injected into a person, there is chance of injury requiring medical attention. Healthcare providers expect pharmaceutical manufacturers to develop and deliver drugs and medical products that do not put the patient’s well-being at risk. Our accident lawyers work meticulously with medical experts and design engineers to identify potentially harmful drugs, bad warning labeling, insufficient medical directions, device failures and adverse outcomes. In some incidences, the pharmaceutical company or distributor will have already taken steps to improve the product labeling with adequate instructions or warnings. Side Effects of Propofol Use Propofol® (diprivan) is an intravenous sedative-hypnotic drug for use in inducing and maintaining sedation or anesthesia. Possible side effects or negative patient outcomes include: Airway Obstruction Apnea Hypoventilation Dyspnea Death NOTE: The use of Propofol® for both adult and pediatric ICU sedation has been associated with organ system failures and metabolic derangements called Propofol Infusion Syndrome which can cause death. We often collaborate and communicate directly with other qualified medical accident law firms to ensure adequate restitution for victims or grieving family members. If you or a loved one has been injured by or permanently damaged due the failure of a manufacturer or seller to exercise reasonable care or to provide a safe product or service, defending your rights does not have to be an uphill battle. Contact a personal injury or wrongful death lawyer at 904-251-1111 or 1-800-251-1111; or use this website’s Do I Have A Case form for a prompt response.