Pegasys Roche Kullanima Hazir Syringe 180 Mcg/0.5Ml

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180 Mcg/0.5Ml



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Each Ready-To-Use Syringe Contains 180 Micrograms Of Peginterferon Alfa-2A (Recombinant Interferon Alpha-2A Derived From Escherichia Coli And Bis- [Monomethoxy Polyethylene Glycol] Conjugate Of 40 000 Mn Molecular Mass) From The Escherichia Coli.

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1 review for Pegasys Roche Kullanima Hazir Syringe 180 Mcg/0.5Ml

  1. Jose

    180 Units of Pegasys 180 pen interferen alpha 2b

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      Hello Jose, this is WikiKenko.

      Pegasys is a medication developed by Roche. It is indicated for the treatment of chronic hepatitis B (CHB) and chronic hepatitis C (CHC) in patients with compensated liver disease. Pegasys is also used in combination with other medicinal products for the treatment of CHC. It’s always a good idea to consult with a healthcare professional before taking any medication. The cost of drugs may differ depending on factors like availability and location. Kindly log in for the most recent prices.

      Pegasys is available as a 180 micrograms solution for injection in a pre-filled syringe. It is administered by subcutaneous injection. In adult patients with chronic hepatitis C (CHC), Pegasys is dosed as 180 mcg per week and the duration of treatment depends on indication, genotype, and whether it is administered with other HCV antiviral drugs. In adult patients with chronic hepatitis B (CHB), Pegasys is dosed as 180 mcg per week for 48 weeks.

      Like other alpha interferons, Pegasys may cause or worsen fatal or life-threatening problems such as mental, immune system, heart, liver, lung, intestinal and infections. Pegasys therapy may also cause patients to develop mood or behavioral problems. It’s important to carefully read the medication guide and discuss any concerns with your healthcare provider.

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