Nivolumab Injection

Nivolumab Injection
Nivolumab Injection
Product Code : 00
Product Description
Technical Details:
  • Brand Name: Opdivo
  • Ingredients: Nivolumab
  • Type: Injection
  • Power: 100 mg/10 ml

Opdivo (nivolumab) is a cancer medication, which acts with your immune system to inhibit with the development and spread of cancer cells in your body.

Nivolumab is taken into use for treating specific sorts of cancer, with non-small cell lung cancer, melanoma (skin cancer), kidney cancer, bladder cancer, squamous cell cancer of the neck and head, urothelial carcinoma and Hodgkin's Lymphoma. Opdivo injection can be prescribed alone or in mixture with other cancer medications. It is frequently used following other medications have been tried deprived of success.

Opdivo injection is occasionally taken into use if the cancer has grown to other parts of the physique. For some kinds of cancer, this medication is prescribed when the cancer cannot be cured with surgery. For treating Hodgkin lymphoma, Nivolumab injection is prescribed if the disorder has relapsed or advanced after stem cell treatment and transplant with brentixumab vedotin (Adcetris).

In individuals with non-small cell lung cancer, Opdivo injection can upsurge the chance of a lengthier survival time.

Important information

You should not use Nivolumab injection if you are pregnant. Avoid pregnancy for at least 5 months after you stop using this medicine.

Opdivo was permitted by the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) on an "enhanced" basis for few sorts of cancer. In scientific studies, Nivolumab injection formed complete or partial reactions, or longer survival time with no progression of the cancer. Though, further studies are wanted.

Opdivo injection can result in side effects that may result in symptoms in numerous different segments of your body. Few side effects may require to be treated with other medication, and your cancer treatments may be overdue. You will need regular medical examinations to help your doctor control if it is safe for you to keep getting Nivolumab injection.

Precaution: You should not take Nivolumab if you are sensitive to nivolumab.

To make certain Opdivo is safe for you, contact your doctor if you have:
  • Lung disease/ breathing problems;
  • Kidney disease;
  • Liver disease;
  • A thyroid disorder;
  • An autoimmune illness like lupus, ulcerative colitis; crohn's disease, or if you have an organ transplant.
  • Nivolumab is vaccinated into a vein via an IV. A doctor will offer you this injection.
  • Prior you begin treatment, your medical practitioner will do tests to make certain nivolumab is the best cure for your sort of cancer.
  • Opdivo is typically given 1 time every 2 to 3 weeks. Your medical practitioner will control how long to treat the patient with this medicine.
  • Opdivo must be offered slowly. The IV infusion may take minimum 1 hour to complete.

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