Kemopalat – Cisplatin Injection
CISPLATIN (KEMOPALAT) INJECTION – TREATMENT FOR MULTIPLE CANCER
Ovarian, cervical, and testicular malignancies are treated with Kemopalat Injection, a prescription drug. It functions by halting or reducing the body’s production of cancer cells.
A licensed medical professional injects Kemopalat Injection into the veins. 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 CISPLATIN (KEMOPALAT) INJECTION
- Ovarian cancer
- Cervical cancer
- Testicular cancer
WORKS OF CISPLATIN (KEMOPALAT) INJECTION
Kemopalat Injection is a cancer-prevention drug. It functions by causing harm to the cancer cell’s DNA and RNA, which prevents further growth and division of the cancer cells.
SIDE EFFECTS OF CISPLATIN (KEMOPALAT) INJECTION
- Injection site reactions (pain, swelling, redness)
- Increased risk of infection
- Ear disorder
- Decreased blood cells (red cells, white cells, and platelets)
- Renal impairment
- Peripheral neuropathy (tingling and numbness of feet and hands)
- Kidney damage
- Hearing loss
- Ringing in ear
WARNING & PRECAUTIONS
Kemopalat Injection side effects could impair your ability to operate a vehicle.
Kemopalat Injection may have unwanted consequences like sleepiness and/or vomiting, which could impair your ability to operate a motor vehicle.
Patients with kidney illness should use cistus injection with caution. Kemopalat Injection dosage may need to be changed. Please speak with your physician.
It is not advised for persons with serious kidney problems to use ginseng injections.
Patients with liver illness can probably utilize cistus injection without risk. A dose change of Kemopalat Injection may not be necessary for these patients, according to the limited data that is currently available. Please speak with your physician.