Rebif Kullanima Hazir Syringeda Injection Solution 22 Mcg

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22 Mcg 3X0.5Ml



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Each 0.5 Ml Ready-To-Use Syringe Contains 22 Micrograms (6 Miu *) Of Interferon Beta-1A **.

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1 review for Rebif Kullanima Hazir Syringeda Injection Solution 22 Mcg

  1. Catalin

    i need Rebif 22 mcg prefilled injection for my own use

    • WikiKenko - Health Encyclopedia

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      Hello Catalin, this is WikiKenko,

      Rebif is a brand-name prescription medication that contains the active drug interferon beta-1a. It is approved for use in adults with certain forms of multiple sclerosis (MS), including relapsing-remitting MS, active secondary progressive MS, and clinically isolated syndrome (CIS). Rebif is available in single-dose prefilled syringes and single-dose prefilled devices called Rebif Rebidose autoinjectors. It comes in strengths of 8.8 mcg per 0.2 mL, 22 mcg per 0.5 mL, and 44 mcg per 0.5 mL. The recommended dose of Rebif is either 22 mcg or 44 mcg injected subcutaneously three times per week.

      Since Rebif is a prescription medication, it should only be used under the guidance of a healthcare professional. As for side effects, I would recommend discussing this with your doctor as they can provide you with more detailed information based on your individual medical history.

      Rebif is a prescription medication and should only be used under the guidance of a healthcare professional. It is important to discuss your medical history and any medications you are currently taking with your doctor before starting Rebif. Your doctor can determine if Rebif is appropriate for you and provide you with a prescription if necessary.

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