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Productname : Adben 100 mg
GenericName : Bendamustine Injection
Manufacturer : Adley
WhatBendamustine Is Used For:
As an injection into the vein (intravenous, IV).
There is no pill form of Bendamustine.
Important things to remember about the side effects ofBendamustine:
Most people will not experience all ofthe Bendamustine side effects listed.
Bendamustine side effects are often predictable in terms oftheir onset, duration, and severity.
Bendamustine side effects are almost always reversible and willgo away after therapy is complete.
Bendamustine side effects may be quite manageable. There aremany options to minimize or prevent the side effectsof Bendamustine .
Before starting Bendamustine treatment, make sure youtell your doctor about any other medications you are taking (includingprescription, over-the-counter, vitamins, herbal remedies, etc.). Whiletaking Bendamustine do not take aspirin or products containingaspirin unless your doctor specifically permits this.
While taking Bendamustine , do not receive any kind ofimmunization or vaccination without your doctorâs approval.
Inform your health care professional if you are pregnant or maybe pregnant prior to starting Bendamustine. Pregnancy category D(Bendamustine may be hazardous to the fetus. Women who are pregnantor become pregnant must be advised of the potential hazard to the fetus).
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