For treatments based on immunosuppressant drugs
, for instance, constant monitoring is necessary to establish an appropriate therapeutic dose.
Pharmacokinetic modeling has also been applied to other immunosuppressant drugs
such as cyclosporine A (5).
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CellCept should not be used in a woman who plans to become pregnant "unless she cannot be successfully treated with other immunosuppressant drugs
," according to the letter.
With the high costs of immunosuppressant drugs
and the risk of a second transplant if the original is rejected, the specific deductible could be impacted in the next policy year, as well.
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.
Cyclosporine (CYA) is an immunosuppressant drug
which has dramatically decreased the tissue rejection rate in organ transplant patients.
In 2012, Siemens announced the availability of the Mycophenolic Acid assay on the Dimension Integrated Chemistry Systems in the US According to Siemens, with this addition, the company becomes the first company to offer the consolidation of four fully automated immunosuppressant drug
assays on a single integrated chemistry system.
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.
The contract has been signed for the commercialisation and distribution of Valoxis' novel formulation immunosuppressant drug
candidate, LCP-Tacro, in certain countries, including Europe, Turkey and CIS countries.