Abevmy 100mg Injection

Abevmy 100mg Injection

Prescription Required

Packaging :

vial of 4 ml Injection

Manufacturer :

Mylan Pharmaceuticals Pvt Ltd

Composition :

Bevacizumab (100mg)



Introduction to Abevmy 100mg Injection

Abevmy 100mg Injection is a medication that is commonly used in combination with other cancer medicines It is administered as an infusion which means it is given through a small needle in your vein or through a port placed under your skin The dosage and duration of treatment will be determined by your doctor who will also monitor you for any signs of an infusion reaction such as high blood pressure or difficulty breathing You should continue taking Abevmy 100mg Injection as long as your disease is under control and you can manage any side effects Your doctor will decide whether you should stop taking the medication or not It is important to monitor your blood pressure and protein levels in urine while on this medication The most common side effects of Abevmy 100mg Injection include rectal bleeding changes in taste and headaches Before undergoing any surgical procedure inform your doctor that you are taking this medication as it may affect wound healing It also increases the risk of bleeding so if you notice any unusual bleeding contact your doctor immediately If you are pregnant planning to become pregnant or breastfeeding inform your doctor This medication can interact with many other medicines so make sure to inform your healthcare team about all the medications you are currently using

USES IN Abevmy 100mg Injection

Cancer of colon and rectum
Non-small cell lung cancer
Kidney cancer
Brain tumor
Ovarian cancer
Cervical cancer

SIDE EFFECTS OF Abevmy 100mg Injection

Rectal bleeding
Taste change
Back pain
Dry skin
High blood pressure
Protein in urine
Inflammation of the nose

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Abevmy 100mg Injection


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