Nexium and Prilosec News - Kidney Damage

Below are some of our news stories explaining the potential dangers of Nexium and Prilosec, and especially the connection to kidney damage, renal failure and ischemic stroke. To learn more about the types of injuries that have been linked to this medication, and the legal claims that have been filed, click Nexium & Prilosec.

  • Dementia Linked to Nexium

    Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs), such as Nexium and Prilosec, have been associated with a host of health dangers, including osteoporosis, inflammation of the stomach lining, gastrointestinal disorders, magnesium deficiency, and most seriously, severe kidney damage and heart attacks. Recent research has also linked these medications to dementia in older patients.

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  • Prilosec and Nexium: More Than Just Kidney Disease

    News of the connection between proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) such as Prilosec and Nexium has been out for several months, having been reported on Ring of Fire and elsewhere. That's grim enough, but the latest news is even more alarming. It turns out that when it comes to PPIs, kidney disease is just the tip of the iceberg. These drugs do far more damage in more ways than previously thought.

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  • Nexium and Prilosec: an Addiction Hard to Kick and Causing Kidney Disease

    By now, news of the connection between the use of proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) on patients and serious kidney damage has spread widely. Investigation into PPI drugs that include Prilosec and Nexium has just begun, although other safety concerns about PPIs (involving the elevated risk of heart attacks and osteoporosis) were first raised over a decade ago.

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