Treatment for SJS
The experienced and aggressive nationwide dangerous drug attorneys at Nadrich & Cohen, LLP aggressively handle all Stevens-Johnson Syndrome and Children’s Motrin side effects cases nationwide. Our pharmaceutical litigation lawyers are prepared to represent seriously injured clients against even the biggest pharmaceutical manufacturers. The personal injury lawyers at Nadrich & Cohen, LLP have recovered in excess of $250,000,000 for our injured clients throughout the country. If your loved one has suffered the serious symptoms of Stevens-Johnson Syndrome, please contact a drug litigation lawyer at Nadrich & Cohen, LLP today to discuss your case.
Modes of treatment to heal Stevens-Johnson Syndrome vary depending upon the severity of the disorder and the symptoms of each individual patient. Many patients with SJS or Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis typically require hospitalization to ensure that they receive proper treatment and care.
A patient who has a skin infection or lesions may be advised to enter a burn care facility and take antibiotics and other medications or ointments to alleviate pain and heal the skin. In certain situations, patients are treated with high doses of corticosteroids to reduce skin inflammation, although some people may have a negative reaction and get an infection. In severe cases, patients with SJS or TEN related skin conditions and rashes may have to live with permanent scarring on affected areas.
Vision problems are typically secondary conditions associated with SJS, and treatments are available. It has been estimated that 25% of people who have Stevens-Johnson Syndrome may experience long term vision damage or vision loss. Some patients who experience eye and vision problems within the first two weeks of developing Stevens-Johnson Syndrome undergo amniotic membrane transplants.
Treatments that are essential to the management of Stevens-Johnson Syndrome can be very expensive. By hiring an aggressive law team to represent your rights as a victim of Stevens-Johnson Syndrome, you may be able to recover monetary compensation for your injuries and injury related expenses, such as reimbursement for medical bills, hospital visits, and surgeries.
If you or your child has suffered Stevens Johnson Syndrome or Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis from taking Children’s Motrin, Dilantin, Lamictal, or other medications, please contact an SJS lawyer at Nadrich & Cohen, LLP immediately. We are representing Stevens Johnson Syndrome victims nationwide.
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