Atsure 1000 MG Injection is an anticancer chemotherapy drug. This includes treatment for ovarian cancer, breast cancer, lung cancer, bladder cancer, pancreatic cancer and soft tissue sarcoma. It is also sold under the trade name of Gemzar. Atsure 1000 MG Injection can also be used in combination with other medications as supervised by your doctor. It is an antimetabolite drug. Atsure 1000 MG Injection is only injected into your vein by IV injection or IV infusion.
Side effects may vary from one person to another. Some people may not experience all of them at the same time. But mainly the common side effects of using Atsure 1000 MG Injection include fever, mild nausea, diarrhea, hair loss, tiredness, loss of appetite, flu- like signs, eruptions on the skin and low blood count. Should effects continue inform your health care provider.
Before embarking on your Atsure 1000 MG Injection treatment, notify your doctor of the following pre-existing conditions, if any:
As a preventive measure, please do not try to conceive a child while under Atsure 1000 MG Injection treatment. For both men and women use all kinds of barriers of contraception during this time. Other measures that you can take to keep the side effects at bay include getting yourself regularly checked by your doctor; keeping yourself warm at all possible times to avoid flu or fever; making sure to avoid bleeding as much as possible; drinking plenty of fluids every day; keeping yourself clean at all times, avoiding exposure to the sun by using an umbrella or sunscreen with a minimum of SPF 15 and maintaining a healthy diet and lifestyle.
Atsure 1000 MG Injection dosage for each person is determined by taking into consideration their individual weight, height, general health and medical history. Atsure 1000 MG Injection should given to you by trained hands only. When buying a bottle of Atsure 1000 MG Injection please ensure that it is not cloudy or contains particles.