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Medicine composition: Cyclophosphamide
Manufactured by: Baxter
Uses of Endoxan 1000 mg Injection
· Malignant Disease · Ovarian Cancer · Breast cancer · Nephrotic Syndrome
How Endoxan Injection works
Endoxan 1000 mg Injection is an anti-cancer medication with immunosuppressive property. In cancer, it works by damaging the genetic material (DNA and RNA) of the cancer cells, thereby stopping their growth and multiplication.
SIDE-EFFECTS AND SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS:
Nausea and vomiting occur in most cases for a short period soon after injections, and should be treated with antiemetics.
Alopecia from slight to severe is frequently observed during cyclophosphamide treatment but hair grows again after a while.
Haemorrhagic cystitis may occur during high dosage cyclophosphamide treatment. Prophylactic high fluid intake and sodium bicarbonate instillations are recommended for relief of symptoms.
The leucotoxic effect described above is usually relatively mild; even severe leucopenias, when they do occur, tend to be quickly reversible.
Thrombocytopenias of below 100 000 are rare.
Haemopoiesis is practically never inhibited.
A teratogenic effect has been pharmacologically established.
Avoid skin contact. In case of accidental spillage, washing with large quantities of soap and water is recommended.
Prior to making up the solution, ENDOXAN INJECTION should be stored below 25°C but not in a freezer, otherwise adhesion of cyclophosphamide to the walls of the vials might impair the solubility of the substance in water. Do not use if sintered or melted. If necessary the solution of ENDOXAN INJECTION can be kept for two to three hours if stored in a refrigerator at 5°C.
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- Port of Dispatch: Delhi, Mumbai
- Delivery Time: 7 days