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Uses of Bortezomib
This drug is intended for the treatment of certain types of cancer (including multiple myeloma, mantle cell lymphoma). It acts by reducing or preventing the growth of cancer cells.
Way of use of Bortezomib
This drug is given in the form of intravenous or subcutaneous injections by a medical professional. If you’re receiving this medicine subcutaneously, make sure that the injection area is changed every time to reduce the damage. The dose depends on your weight, health state, lab tests, and reaction to the therapy.
To avoid dehydration, you should drink enough water during the treatment.
In some cases, Bortezomib 3,5 cause adverse effects owing to the quick destruction of cancer cells (tumor lysis syndrome). To reduce the possible risk, your physician may change the dose and tell you to drink more water. Inform your physician at once if you notice the following symptoms: pain in the back and sides, symptoms of kidney disorders (for example, pain during urination, and change in the color/amount of urine), muscle seizure/fatigue.
Vertigo, lightheadedness, sickness, vomiting, lack of appetite, loose bowels, constipation, fatigue, dizziness or pain at the place of injection may happen. Sickness, vomiting, and diarrhea can be serious. In certain instances, your physician may prescribe the drug to prevent sickness, vomiting and digestive problems. If any of these adverse effects persist or worsen, inform your physician at once.
To minimize the risk of vertigo and giddiness, don’t get up quickly/abruptly.
Bortezomib medication can cause dizziness. Alcoholic drinks or hard drugs can make it even worse. Avoid driving, working with machinery or engaging in the activity that requires attention during the treatment. Reduce the amount of alcoholic drinks. Inform your physician if you are using cannabis.
This drug can make you more vulnerable to the infections or aggravate the existent infections. Don’t contact with the patients suffering from infections that may spread to others (for example, varicella, measles or influenza). Contact your physician if you have been affected by an infection (or if you have any questions about the treatments).
Avoid receiving any vaccinations without your doctor’s approval. Don’t contact with the patients who have recently received live attenuated vaccines (for example, flu vaccine).
Inform your physician if you’re pregnant or planning a pregnancy. It is important to make a pregnancy test before beginning the treatment. Avoid getting pregnant during the treatment, because Bortezomib 3,5 may harm a fetus.