Eliquis is an apixaban-based drug, similar to Xarelto and Pradaxa. Like those drugs, Eliquis is a blood thinner, and unlike heparin and warfarin, it has no antidote. There is documentary evidence the manufacturers fraudulently engineered the results at a Chinese clinical trial site, including failing to report deaths and serious adverse events, and changing or destroying records.

eliquis lawsuit

Eliquis Has No Antidote

There is no treatment with any proven efficacy for stopping severe bleeding with a patient who has been taking Eliquis. Not even dialysis can remove Eliquis from a patient’s bloodstream. Eliquis may cause internal bleeding, cerebral hemorrhage, deep vein thrombosis (DVT), pulmonary embolism, stroke, hypovolemic shock, and death.

Do You Have an Eliquis Case?

If you or a loved one took Eliquis and suffered a hemorrhage within one day of taking it, whether after the first dose or as long as a year after beginning treatment, you may have a claim for damages. Contact Keane Law LLC for a free consultation.