Diabetes is a widespread problem throughout the country. In fact, it's so prevalent that it's now commonplace. This is why various pharmaceuticals are quick to find a cure drug or, at the very least, a "band aid" solution to this ever-growing problem. Which is why the Japanese pharmaceutical Takeda released Actos, a drug used to treat Type-2 diabetes. Initially approved by the FDA in 1999, the drug now carries with it various FDA warnings, cautioning serious heath risks. Side effects include increased risk of congestive heart failure, increased risk of serious liver problems, an increased risk of fractures, and an increased risk for bladder cancer.
Moreover, Neural IT is able to prepare Chronologies & Medical Summaries involving records of patients treated for injuries caused by Actos. Also, we provide bookmarking and tagging of medical records.