Kenalog is a topical steroid. It is used to treat the inflammation caused by a number of conditions such as allergic reactions, eczema, and psoriasis.
There can be serious side effects such as gastrointestinal/uterine bleeding or scarring caused by the Kenalog injection. The prescribing doctor must inform the patient of the possible serious side effects. The Kenalog injection was discontinued in the UK in 1999 for allergic rhinitis (hay fever). It is still used for that purpose in Ireland.
Augustus Cullen Law act for claimants not yet before the Irish courts that have suffered serious side effects from a Kenalog injection.
Please contact our medical negligence team if you have suffered personal injury from a Kenalog injection and were not adequately informed of that risk by your GP.
20 December 2006