Posid 100mg Injection
Posid 100Mg Injection is used in combination with other drugs when all other treatment has failed for lung cancer and testicular tumors. Being an antineoplastic, it stops the cancer cells from undergoing the process of mitosis, and thus preventing the cancer from spreading throughout the body.
Make it clear to your doctor right from the beginning whether you’re pregnant, planning to be pregnant or are breastfeeding. Medicines such as anticoagulants like warfarin, and cyclosporine increase the side effects of Posid 100Mg Injection. If you have a history of bone marrow depression, kidney disease, or blood conditions, alert your doctor.
You will be administered an injection of Posid 100Mg Injection at the doctor’s office itself. If you are taking it at home, it is vital that you use the proper procedure for injecting it. Contact your doctor immediately if you miss a dose.
Some of the common side effects of Posid 100Mg Injection are purple or blue discoloration of the skin, nausea, appetite and hair loss, vomiting and increased sweating. If you feel unusually tired, experience unusual bruising, temporary blindness and tingling of toes and fingers, see your doctor immediately.
Information given here is based on the salt content of the medicine. Uses and effects of the medicine may vary from person to person. It is advisable to consult a Oncologist before using this medicine.
Small Cell Lung Cancer
Decreased White Blood Cell Count
Reduced Blood Platelets
Loss Of Appetite
Feeling Of Discomfort
This medication works by preventing DNA synthesis by forming a complex with DNA and topoisomerase II enzyme. These results in DNA break that result in errors in DNA formation and death of cancer cells.