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  • t0m.mirabit0 t0m.mirabit0 Nov 20, 2013 9:26 AM Flag

    Still waiting Alpo Expo's update?

    Has Death taken a holiday?
    Has the Seeking Alpha Expert discovered how many deaths among CKD patients on dialysis there have been in the past 8 months? WE'd like to hear death has taken a holiday from this fact finding reporter. WE'd appreciate an update from someone with a propensity for updating, to shed light on the - CKD on Dialysis - stats. WE'RE sure AE is all for fair reporting of the facts.
    WE'RE having a good time going through the 107 page FAERs. Send US more thanks.
    I am the sole writer of this post.

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    • You are not going to response from them in 100 years...THey are scam artist

    • No luck yet getting a response from Stinking Alpha's expert and you know he monitors Affy info.
      We all appreciate Seeking Alpha's need to publish articles to bring Affy's price down. Correct me if I'm wrong but didn't we see a volume spike just BEFORE one of these articles hit?

      By the way I used WE US in homage to AE's talent in doing the same.

    • Is there more info on patient 8913312? Is there something besides an s notation next to Omontys indicating Omontys was the cause of death?

      8913312 c004446 88 f IV Death 27

      8913312 Hypotension
      8913312 Infection
      8913312 Disease recurrence
      8913312 Sepsis

      8913312 Omontys IV s
      8913312 Epogen/Epoetin Alfa c
      8913312 Antihypertensives c
      8913312 Antidiabetics c
      8913312 Antibiotics c

    • Is there more info on patient 8859618? Is there something besides an s notation next to Omontys indicating Omontys was the cause of death? Concomitant medications have long list of side effects.

      8859618 c004427 80 M IV Death 12 6mg

      8859618 Clostridium difficile colitis
      8859618 Staphyloccocal infection
      8859618 Cardiac failure congestive
      8859618 Asthena
      8859618 dyspnea
      8859618 Megacolon
      8859618 Septic shock

      8859618 Omontys IV s
      8859618 Heparin c
      8859618 Cinnamon Verum c
      8859618 Aldatone/Spironolactone c
      8859618 Amaryl/Glimepiride c
      8859618 Coreg/Carvedilol c
      8859618 Coumadin/Warfarin Sodium c
      8859618 Imdur/Isosorbide mononitrate c
      8859618 Lanoxin/Digoxin c
      8859618 Levoxyl/Levothyroxine sodium c
      8859618 Pravachol/Pravastatin sodium c
      8859618 Zaroxolyn/Metolazone c
      8859618 Ferrleot/Ferric sodium gluconate complex c
      8859618 Epogen/Epoetin Alfa c

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      • Ok, this is a different patient than the one earlier, and shows the concomitant epogen. I think you touched on it before, why isn't epogen suspect. Possibly/probably because omontys was the administration at the time of the event occurrence. However, that doesn't take into account the possibility of epogen still being in the body and omontys adding to the amount, producing a dangerous oversupply of this type drug. Just a possibility though. I doubt they would've administered omontys too soon after the last epogen administration. But you never know. I do see coreg is also on the list of this one.

    • Is there more info on patient 9095316? Is there something besides an s notation next to Omontys indicating Omontys was the cause of death? Was there a mention of a catheter?

      9095316 c004471 93 m IV Death 33 6mg

      9095316 Vascular access complication
      9095316 Device related infection
      9095316 Bacterial infection
      9095316 Haemoglobin decreased

      9095316 Omontys IV s
      9095316 Coreg/Carvedilol c
      9095316 Folic acid c
      9095316 rena-vite c
      9095316 Megestrol c
      9095316 Finasteride c

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      • Where's the notation of the concomitant administration? Or is this a different case? Also, on coreg,

        "Patients with hepatic impairment should not take Coreg. Care should be taken if the patient is taking other drugs, especially those that affect blood pressure and glucose levels as these may interact with Coreg and produce hypotension or low glucose blood levels. Severe exacerbation of angina, heart attack and ventricular arrhythmias has been reported in angina patients following the abrupt discontinuation of therapy with beta-blockers like Coreg. Effectiveness of COREG (carvedilol) in patients younger than 18 years of age has not been established. There are no adequate and well-controlled studies in pregnant or breastfeeding women; Coreg may be used during pregnancy or breastfeeding only if the potential benefit justifies the potential risk to the fetus or infant.

        Our Coreg Side Effects Drug Center provides a comprehensive view of available drug information on the potential side effects when taking this medication.

        This is not a complete list of side effects and others may occur. Call your doctor for medical advice about side effects. You may report side effects to FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088."

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