Azaplast – Azacitidine Injection
AZACITIDINE (AZAPLAST) INJECTION – TREATMENT OF SOME KINDS OF BLOOD CANCER
Certain types of blood diseases are treated with Azaplast injection. All subtypes of adult patients with Myelodysplastic Syndrome are treated with it (MDS). In accordance with the doctor’s instructions, it could also be used to address various conditions.
How is Azaplast 100mg Injection used?
Azaplast Injection is administered intravenously under the therapeutic supervision of a qualified professional. What amount is necessary and how frequently you need to take it will be determined by your PCP. This will depend on the condition you are being treated for and might alter occasionally. You must take it exactly as directed by your PCP.
Common side effects of this Injection:
The most well-known side effects of this drug include heaving, shortness of breath, nausea, and infusion site reactions (torment, expansion, redness). Let your Doctor know if this worries you or seems plausible. There might be ways to slow them down or prevent them. Before receiving any vaccinations while taking this medicine, please let your PCP know.
Precaution before using this medicine.
If you have liver or kidney problems or are taking any medications to address diseases, let your PCP know before taking it. Let your PCP know about all the medications you are taking as a number of different medications can affect or be affected by this medication.