FAQs ABOUT FONDAZEST 7.5MG INJECTION
What precautions should I need to follow while receiving FONDAZEST 7.5MG INJECTION?
Patients receiving FONDAZEST 7.5MG INJECTION must inform their doctor about their existing disease conditions like liver disease, kidney disease or uncontrolled bleeding (hemorrhage) including stomach ulcer, bleeding disorders, recent bleeding into the brain (intracranial bleeding), recent surgery on the brain, spine or eye. Consult your doctor if you experience any unusual symptoms after receiving FONDAZEST 7.5MG INJECTION.
Can FONDAZEST 7.5MG INJECTION be used on infants?
No. FONDAZEST 7.5MG INJECTION is generally used in adults and is not recommended for use in children and adolescents below the age of 17 years. Your doctor will select the correct dose or suitable alternate therapy for your child.
Can I take FONDAZEST 7.5MG INJECTION intramuscularly?
No. FONDAZEST 7.5MG INJECTION should be given under the skin (subcutaneously) into a skin fold of the lower abdominal area or in a vein (intravenously) in some specific conditions. Consult your doctor before receiving [GBNKEYWROD].
Can [GBNKEYWROD] cause anemia?
Yes. [GBNKEYWROD] causes anemia. However, it does not affect every individual. Consult your doctor immediately if you experience any unusual symptoms that occur after receiving [GBNKEYWROD].
Is [GBNKEYWROD] suitable for patients with kidney disease?
FONDAZEST 7.5MG INJECTION is not recommended for use in patients having very severe kidney diseases. In the case of kidney disease patients, the dose is required to be adjusted accordingly. Consult your doctor before receiving [GBNKEYWROD]. Your doctor will decide the correct dose and duration for you depending upon your age, body weight and disease condition.
What are the common side effects of FONDAZEST 7.5MG INJECTION?
The common side effects of FONDAZEST 7.5MG INJECTION are bleeding from an operation site or an existing stomach ulcer, nosebleed, bruising and anemia. Consult your doctor if any of the symptoms worsen.