Bortefed – Bortizomib 3.5mg Injection
BORTIZOMIB (BORTEFED) INJECTION – TREATMENT FOR MULTIPLE MYELOMA
For the treatment of multiple myeloma and mantle-cell lymphoma, Bortefed Injection is utilized. By halting or reducing the growth of cancer cells, it demonstrates its effectiveness.
A licensed medical expert administers Bortefed Injection through injection. Your doctor will determine the appropriate dosage and frequency of administration for you. This is based on the condition you are being treated for and is subject to change.
USES OF BORTIZOMIB (BORTEFED) INJECTION
- Multiple myeloma
- Mantle-cell lymphoma
WORKS OF BORTIZOMIB (BORTEFED) INJECTION
An anti-cancer drug is Bortefed Injection. It functions by preventing or delaying cellular protein deterioration. The result is an increase in the number of proteins, which causes the cancer cells to die.
SIDE EFFECTS OF BORTIZOMIB (BORTEFED) INJECTION
- Low blood platelets
- Peripheral neuropathy (tingling and numbness of feet and hand)
- Psychiatric disturbances
- Loss of appetite
- Anemia (low number of red blood cells)
- Decreased appetite
- Decreased white blood cell count (neutrophils)
WARNING & PRECAUTIONS
The negative effects of Bortefed Injection may impair your ability to operate a motor vehicle.
Your ability to drive could be affected if you experience fatigue, dizziness, fainting, or blurred vision after receiving a Bortefed Injection.
It is dangerous to use Bortefed Injection during pregnancy because there is clear evidence that it poses a risk to the unborn child. However, if the advantages outweigh the possible risks, a doctor might very rarely recommend it in specific life-threatening circumstances. Please speak with your physician.