ACTEMRA 80 MG INJECTION is given by a healthcare professional and should not be self-administered. You should use it regularly and at the same time each day to get the maximum benefit from it. Continue using it as recommended by your doctor and complete the dose even if you feel better.
The most common side effects seen with this medicine include headache, high blood pressure, upper respiratory tract infection, increased liver enzymes, and nasopharyngitis (pain or irritation in the throat). Consult your doctor if any of the side effects persist or bother you. Your doctor may be able to help with ways to reduce or prevent these symptoms. You may also be more prone to infections when you are being treated with this medicine. Tell your doctor right away if you develop any symptoms of an infection like fever, cough, rash, loose stools, or flu-like symptoms.
To make sure the medicine is safe for you, before taking it, let your doctor know if you have any problems with your heart, kidneys, or liver. You should also tell your doctor about all the other medicines you are taking. While on treatment with this medicine, your doctor may monitor your blood counts by taking regular blood tests to make sure the medicine is not affecting your blood counts. It is important for pregnant and breastfeeding women to ask the advice of their doctors before taking this medicine.
Uses of Actemra Injection
Side effects of Actemra Injection
Common side effects of Actemra
- High blood pressure
- Upper respiratory tract infection
- Increased liver enzymes
- Nasopharyngitis (inflammation of the throat and nasal passages)
How to use Actemra Injection
How Actemra Injection works
Limited information is available on the use of ACTEMRA 80 MG INJECTION in patients with moderate to severe kidney disease. No dose adjustment is required in patients with mild kidney disease.
Use of ACTEMRA 80 MG INJECTION is not recommended in patients with active liver disease.