Pegasta – Filgrastim Injection
FILGRASTIM (PEGASTA) INJECTION – TREATMENT FOR INFECTIONS AFTER CHEMOTHERAPY
Following chemotherapy, Pegasta Injection is used to prevent infections. It is a growth factor that encourages the production of white blood cells in the bone marrow. The body is protected from infections by these cells.
A licensed physician administers Pegasta Injection intravenously. As long as your doctor instructs you to, you should continue taking it. Depending on your needs and how you respond to treatment, the length of treatment varies.
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USES OF FILGRASTIM (PEGASTA) INJECTION
- Prevention of Infections after chemotherapy
WORKS OF FILGRASTIM (PEGASTA) INJECTION
A growth factor called Pegasta injection encourages the bone marrow to create white blood cells. The body is guarded by these cells from pathogens.
SIDE EFFECTS OF FILGRASTIM (PEGASTA) INJECTION
- Bone pain
- Joint pain
- Low blood platelets
- Muscle pain
- Back pain
- Pain in extremities
- Injection site pain
WARNING & PRECAUTIONS
Your ability to drive is typically unaffected by Pegasta injection.
Using Pegasta Injection when pregnant could be dangerous. Despite the paucity of human studies, studies on animals have indicated negative consequences on the developing fetus. Before giving you a prescription, your doctor will consider the advantages and any possible hazards. Please speak with your physician.
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