Immunosuppressive drug

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Immunosuppressive drug

Medication used to suppress the immune system.
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For treatments based on immunosuppressant drugs, for instance, constant monitoring is necessary to establish an appropriate therapeutic dose.
Siemens Healthineers has offered an assay to monitor the dosage of immunosuppressant drugs given to transplant patients.
Pharmacokinetic modeling has also been applied to other immunosuppressant drugs such as cyclosporine A (5).
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Postmarketing reports of an increased risk of first trimester loss and congenital malformations associated with the use of mycophenolate mofetil during pregnancy has prompted a pregnancy category label change for the immunosuppressant drug.
This doesn't include the costs of the one-year immunosuppressant drug protocol necessary post transplant to prevent organ rejection or costs from complications, pre-transplant or follow-up treatments.
A topical formulation of an immunosuppressant drug for treating moderate to severe atopic dermatitis patients aged 2 years and older for whom the use of alternative, conventional therapies is considered inadvisable because of potential risks, and for those who do not have adequate responses to or are intolerant of alternative, conventional therapies.
Several reports showed that normal and transplant patients taking erythromycin and the immunosuppressant drug cyclosporin had increased plasma levels of cyclosporin.
Cyclosporine (CYA) is an immunosuppressant drug which has dramatically decreased the tissue rejection rate in organ transplant patients.
A total of 325 patients with AD who are inadequately controlled with or are intolerant to the broad immunosuppressant drug cyclosporine A (CSA), or when this treatment is medically inadvisable were randomised in Europe into three treatment groups in the 16-week study to receive either DUPIXENT 300 mg weekly with TCS, DUPIXENT 300 mg every two weeks with TCS or placebo with TCS, the companies added.
An immunosuppressant drug called sirolimus used by certain study patients showed they had fewer HIV-infected cells in their blood.
Rapamycin is an immunosuppressant drug that can be used to help prevent organ rejection after transplantation.