CISPLATIN (CISOFED) INJECTION – TREATMENT FOR MULTIPLE CANCER
A cancer-fighting drug is called cisplatin. It functions by causing harm to the cancer cell’s DNA and RNA, which prevents further development and division of the cancer cells.
Testicular cancer, cervical cancer, and ovarian cancer are all treated with cisplatin.
USES OF CISPLATIN (CISOFED) INJECTION
- ovarian cancer, cervical cancer, and testicular cancer.
WORKS OF CISPLATIN (CISOFED) INJECTION
An anti-cancer drug is called cisplatin. It functions by disrupting the DNA and RNA of the cancer cells, which prevents their development and replication.
SIDE EFFECTS OF CISPLATIN (CISOFED) INJECTION
- tingling and numbness of feet and hand
- Hair loss
- Renal toxicity
WARNING & PRECAUTIONS
The ability to drive may be affected by the Cisofed injection, however, this is unknown. If you encounter any symptoms that impair your focus or reaction time, avoid operating a vehicle.
It is widely accepted that using the Cisofed injection during pregnancy is safe. There is human research, despite the fact that animal studies on the growing fetus have shown little to no negative consequences.