Onko – Bcg Vial 50 Mg

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50 Mg/Ml

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1 review for Onko – Bcg Vial 50 Mg

  1. Marc

    Hope this note finds you well! I was wondering what the cost of Onko BCG for non-invasive muscle bladder cancer costs per vial. Please let me know. I look forward to hearing from you!

    • WikiKenko - Health Encyclopedia

      Medical Guidance Center

      Hello Marc, this is WikiKenko.

      Onko BCG is an immunostimulating and anticancer drug that contains the active substance BCG vaccine for immunotherapy (intravesical). It is used for the treatment of superficial non-invasive epithelial bladder tumors. The drug is available only by prescription. Medication prices may change due to availability and location. To access the newest prices, please log in.

      Some of the contraindications for using Onko BCG include hypersensitivity to any component of the drug, congenital or acquired immune system impairment, immunosuppressive treatment, pregnancy or suspected pregnancy, breastfeeding period, urinary tract infections (until a sterile urine culture is obtained), significant bleeding from the bladder, active tuberculosis or other disease requiring the use of tuberculostatic drugs, and bladder perforation.

      Some commonly reported side effects of BCG include urinary tract infection, fever, hematuria (blood in urine), urinary frequency and urgency, vomiting, chills, and malaise. Other side effects may include joint pain and arthralgia. It is important to note that not all side effects may occur and if they do occur, they may need medical attention. If you experience any side effects while taking BCG, it is recommended to check with your doctor as soon as possible.

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