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Where can I purchase a desferal infusion pump?

Where can I purchase a desferal infusion pump?

Desferal: Don't use this medication without doctors orders. Your doctor should be able to guide you in this. ...Read more

Infusion (Definition)

An infusion implies a substance administered via IV 2 a person, such as blood (transfusion), antibiotics and pain meds or other meds. Some can be ...Read more


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Hi doctors, was just wondering what is an epidural infusion pump?

Hi doctors, was just wondering what is an epidural infusion pump?

Continuous meds: The epidural needs to b reloaded so to speak In the old days an anesthesiologist would come by every few hours and inject meds into the epidural the pump creates a nice continuous stream of medication avoiding the peaks and lows associated with the old method. You feel more comfortable for a longer time ...Read more

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I hav lost my arm in car accident. And hav an infusion pump in abdomen that pumps drugs in the spine. It doesn't help. I want to try drezlesion. Anygood?

I hav lost my arm in car accident. And hav an infusion pump in abdomen that pumps drugs in the spine. It doesn't help. I want to try drezlesion. Anygood?

Fifty-six patients: With intractable pain following a spinal cord injury treated with (drez) lesions
after a follow-up period ranging from 6 months to 6 years 50% of patients had good pain relief certain pain syndromes tended to respond better to drez lesions than did others patients with pain extending caudally from the level of the injury and patients with unilateral pain were most likely to to obtain relief ...Read more

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When can deferoxamine can be given to thalasemia patient?

When can deferoxamine can be given to thalasemia patient?

Transfusions: Desferoxamine is used to chelate excess iron in someone who has received multiple transfusions. Thalassemia by itself is not a reason for this treatment. Only if the person needs regular transfusions and had iron load or to prevent iron overload, this medication would be useful. ...Read more

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Does deferoxamine lower your sodium?

Does deferoxamine lower your sodium?

Slightly: According to the website rxmed. Com, "although primarily effective in raising iron and aluminum excretion, Deferoxamine may also cause a slight increase in the excretion of sodium and calcium.". ...Read more

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Does deferoxamine cause frequent coughing?

Does deferoxamine cause frequent coughing?

NOT usually: Deferoxamine for injection is indicated for the treatment of acute iron intoxication and of chronic iron overload due to transfusion-dependent anemias. Common side effects are: diarrhea; dizziness; headache; mild stomach pain; nausea; stomach upset; vomiting. Also severe allergic reactions (rash; hives; itching; difficulty breathing; tightness in the chest; swelling of tongue) cough not listed. ...Read more

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What can substitute desferal?

Depends: It would depend on the clinical indication for the use of the drug. You may consult this site for information on this topic: https://www. Drugs. Com/pro/desferal. Html ...Read more

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Can sickle cell be treated with desferal and vitamin c?

Can sickle cell be treated with desferal and vitamin c?

No, but---: Desferal is a chelating agent that binds iron. Usually sickle patients accumulate too much iron from blood transfusions and desferal will help in this complication. Vitamin c only helps to mobilize iron and does not actually treat sickle cell patients. Hope this information helps. ...Read more

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What is deferoxamine?

What is deferoxamine?

Iron chelator: Desferoxamine is used to chelate excess iron in someone who has received multiple transfusions or has a genetic abnormality causing excess iron absorption. ...Read more

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Do you know which breast enlargement pump should I purchase other than brava?

Do you know which breast enlargement pump should I purchase other than brava?

Save your money: The only way to get an enlarged breast is through augmentation with a board certified plastic surgeon.

Pills, pumps, etc. Do not work. ...Read more

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Does it hurt to get an infusion done?

Does it hurt to get an infusion done?

I do not understand: Need to know what kind of infusion? ...Read more

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Will I get any medicine for pain when I go for the infusion?

Not often: An infusion is the administration of medication via an intravenous line. The access to the body is via a needle stick into a vein. In most cases this is done directly with no pain medication although some will inject a small dose of numbing medication (usually lidocaine) into the area of skin where the infusion needle will be stuck. ...Read more

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How long can you see effects of infusion rituxin?

Depends: Like many drugs Rituxan (rituximab) has both short term and long term side-effects. Short term may include lowered blood pressure, shortness of breath, abdominal pain and may occur during administration or shortly thereafter. Since Rituxan (rituximab) affects the lymphocytes the longer term effects of decreased immune function can persist for months after even one infusion. ...Read more

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If I have hemophilia, when does infusion become necessary?

Depends on type: There are different types of hemophilia, and the need for infusions varies by both the type of hemophilia you have and the type of injury sustained. If you have a severe clotting deficiency, you may need infusions with even minor bleeding episodes or injuries. If you have a mild form of hemophilia, infusions may only be needed with major trauma or major surgery. Talk with your hematologist! ...Read more

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What sensations can you feel if you receive an IV infusion of zenapax?

Few, but can occur: Zenapax is the brand name of the il2 receptor blocking antibody called daclizumab. It is a humanized monoclonal antibody most often used to prevent rejection of organ transplants. Any antibody (protein) can cause infusion reactions such as fever, chills, joint pains, headache, sob, etc. It was taken off the market in the us by its manufacturer in 2010. For poor sales, not safety issues. ...Read more

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Deferoxamine (Definition)

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Desferal (Definition)

Desferal is a topical steroid which is a ...Read more