ERYTHROPOIETIN (EPREX) INJECTION – TREATMENT FOR ANEMIA DUE TO CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE
Your bone marrow can make more red blood cells with the use of the medication Eprex Injection. A specific type of anemia brought on by kidney illness is treated with it. Additionally, it is used to treat anemia brought on by HIV medication use and cancer treatment.
Your doctor will determine whether to inject Eprex Injection under the skin or into a vein before administering it. Usually, a nurse or doctor administers the shots. Your body weight and the reason for your anemia will determine the dosage.
USES OF ERYTHROPOIETIN (EPREX) INJECTION
- Treatment of Anemia due to chronic kidney disease
- Treatment of Anemia due to cancer chemotherapy
WORKS OF ERYTHROPOIETIN (EPREX) INJECTION
An erythropoiesis-stimulating agent is Eprex Injection (ESA). It functions by encouraging the production of more red blood cells in the bone marrow, a soft tissue found inside the bones that generate red blood cells.
SIDE EFFECTS OF ERYTHROPOIETIN (EPREX) INJECTION
- High blood pressure
- Joint pain
- Insomnia (difficulty in sleeping)
- Bone pain
- Muscle spasm
- Vascular occlusion
- Injection site irritation
- Stomatitis (Inflammation of the mouth)
- Weight loss
WARNING & PRECAUTIONS
The adverse effects of Eprex Injection may impair your ability to operate a motor vehicle.
Patients with kidney problems can use Eprex Injection without risk. It is not advised to change the dosage of Eprex Injection.
While the patient is taking this medication, it is essential that kidney function tests be monitored frequently.
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