ForensisGroup Immunosuppressants Expert Witnesses work in all aspects of these drugs or medicines that lower the body’s ability to reject a transplanted organ. They are also known as anti-rejection drugs. There are two kinds of immunosuppressants: (i) induction drugs, which are powerful antirejection medicine used at the time of transplant; and (ii) maintenance drugs, which are antirejection medications used for the long-term. Typically, there are four classes of maintenance drugs (i) calcineurin inhibitors (tacrolimus and cyclosporine); (ii) antiproliferative agents (mycophenolate mofetil, mycophenolate sodium, and azathioprine); (iii) mTOR inhibitor (sirolimus); and (iv) steroids (prednisone).
There is a possibility of developing unrelated health problems after transplantation, and our experts assist law firms in litigation. Some cases involve drug side effects. Plaintiffs alleged that drug manufacturers failed to adequately warn patients of the risks some face from prolonged use of immunosuppressants.
They also opine in civil fraud lawsuits against drug manufacturers in claims of causing the Medicare and Medicaid programs to pay tens of millions of dollars in reimbursements based on fraudulent, kickback-tainted claims.
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