Abatacept 250mg – Vial

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Abatacept 250mg – Vial

Sub Category: Musculo-Skeletal System
Packaging Details: 1 Injection in 1 vial
Product Composition: Abatacept 250mg
Product Uses: Abamune L 600mg/300mg Tablet is utilized in the treatment of HIV disease.
Category: Vial
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Abamune L 600 mg/300 mg Tablet is a mix of two antiretrovirals. It is recommended to treat HIV (human immunodeficiency infection) contamination. It helps up the insusceptibility to battle against HIV to oversee or treat (AIDS).
Abamune L 600 mg/300 mg Tablet isn’t a remedy for HIV or AIDS and just assists with diminishing how much HIV in your body. This assists with bringing down your gamble of getting HIV-related confusions and works on your life expectancy. It is recommended in blend with other HIV prescriptions. Your PCP will suggest the best meds for yourself and will conclude the portions that you want. Adhere to painstakingly the directions for every one of the meds that you are given. It tends to be taken regardless of food. Taking this multitude of medications routinely at the perfect opportunities significantly expands their adequacy and decreases the possibilities of HIV becoming impervious to them. It is significant not to miss portions and to continue to take them until your PCP lets you know it is protected to stop.

Pregnancy Interaction: Take this medicine in the dose and duration as advised by your doctor. Swallow it as a whole. Do not chew, crush or break it. Abamune L 600mg/300mg Tablet may be taken with or without food, but it is better to take it at a fixed time.
Prescription: Yes
Food Interaction: Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhoea, Dizziness, Headache, Tiredness, Insomnia (difficulty in sleeping), Allergic reaction, Depression.
Breast Feeding Interaction: Abamune L 600mg/300mg Tablet is a combination of two anti-HIV medicines: Abacavir and Lamivudine. They prevent HIV (virus) from multiplying, thereby reducing the amount of virus in your body. They also increase the CD4 cell (white blood cells that protect against infection) count in your blood.