Sporanox is the consumer brand name for Itraconazole, a drug used to treat fungal infections in the toenails or fingernails. 

Adverse Affects of Sporanox

Congestive heart failure and liver failure have been linked to using Sporanox.  Although it is not yet clear whether Sporanox causes serious side effects, the FDA has issued warnings and revised labels asking patients to consult their physicians if they have had symptoms of liver failure or a previous history or congestive heart failure. 

Current Status of Sporanox

The FDA has issued warnings about the possible heart and liver failure.

If you have suffered injuries linked to the use of Sporanox, you should consider consulting an experienced products liability lawyer to discuss your options and remedies.