FAQs ABOUT PLASMANATE INFUSION
Can PLASMANATE INFUSION be given to infants?
The safety of PLASMANATE INFUSION has been demonstrated in children provided the dose is appropriate for body weight. Consult your child’s doctor for advice. The doctor will decide a proper dose or select a suitable alternative treatment for your child.
What happens if you take more PLASMANATE INFUSION than your required dose?
PLASMANATE INFUSION will be given to you only by a doctor or nurse in a hospital and so it is unlikely to receive an overdose. However, if you experience anything unusual like headache, difficulty breathing, a fluid build-up in a neck vein, increased blood or vein pressure, water on the lungs (symptoms of overdose), consult your doctor immediately or visit the nearby hospital.
What if I miss a dose of PLASMANATE INFUSION?
Please stick to the prescribed schedule as agreed with your doctor for optimal efficacy of PLASMANATE INFUSION treatment. Tell your doctor whenever you miss any dose.
Can I stop receiving PLASMANATE INFUSION on my own?
Continue receiving PLASMANATE INFUSION until your doctor tells you to stop, unless you experience any unwanted effects, worsening of your condition or any new symptoms. Contact your doctor in such situation.
Is PLASMANATE INFUSION safe to use in pregnancy?
PLASMANATE INFUSION should be used with caution in pregnancy. If you are pregnant, think you may be pregnant or are planning for a baby, contact your doctor before taking it. Inform your doctor immediately if you become pregnant during treatment with PLASMANATE INFUSION.