Eporise 4000 Injection is given by injection either under the skin or into a vein which will be decided by your doctor. Usually, the injections are given by a nurse or doctor. The dose depends on your body weight and the cause of your anemia. Iron supplements both before and during treatment may make this treatment more effective. Eporise 4000 Injection needs to be stored in a fridge but used at room temperature.
The most common side effects of taking this medicine include nausea, vomiting, and increased blood pressure. It may also cause flu-like symptoms such as headache, tiredness, dizziness and aches and pains. These side effects are most common at the start of treatment but if they persist your doctor may be able to suggest ways of preventing or reducing them. Tell your doctor straight away if you get any serious side effects, including seizures (fits). Sometimes this medicine can cause serious blood clots that need urgent medical attention.
Before using Eporise 4000 Injection you should tell your doctor if you have uncontrolled high blood pressure, heart disease, or gout (disease of joint pain). You should also tell him/her what other medicines you are taking in case they affect this treatment. Your blood pressure should be checked often during this treatment by you or your doctor. You may also need other regular medical tests to be sure this medicine is not causing harmful effects. It is not known whether this medicine will harm an unborn baby. Tell your doctor if you are pregnant, plan to become pregnant, or are breastfeeding.
Uses of Eporise Injection
- Anemia due to chronic kidney disease
- Anemia due to cancer chemotherapy
Benefits of Eporise Injection
In Anemia due to chronic kidney disease
In Anemia due to cancer chemotherapy
Side effects of Eporise Injection
Common side effects of Eporise
- High blood pressure
How to use Eporise Injection
How Eporise Injection works
Regular monitoring of kidney function tests is advised while the patient is taking this medicine.