FDA dings Hospira for ‘misleading’ ads for blood drug

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has admonished Hospira Inc. for overstating the capabilities of Voluven, a plasma substitute designed to increase patients’ blood volume after surgery or trauma. In an apparent bid to boost sales, Hospira has improperly claimed that Voluven can be used during major abdominal surgery, to prime cardiac pumps and to treat swelling, according to an FDA letter to a Hospira executive.

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