Arsenic blanc
Arsenic blanc

Arsenic blanc review

Arsenic Blanc, which goes by the name Trisenox, is a medication used to treat patients with leukemia that are unresponsive to other agents. This medication was given approval for use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration as a treatment for leukemia and is one of the highly debatable medications in the medical field being that it is poisonous to the human body. Arsenic Blanc was first used as a traditional Chinese medicines called Pi Shuang and is still used today to treat cancer patients and other health conditions.

Arsenic Blanc is administered to patients suffering from acute promyelocytic leukemia (APL) and have been unresponsive to treatment from "first-line" agents.

Arsenic Blanc must be diluted in intravenous solutions. 100 to 250ml of this medication is injected into Dextrose Injection, 0.9% Sodium Chloride Injection, and USP. A single-dosage is stored securely and any leftovers from the ampule must be discarded. Arsenic Blanc is administered 1 to 2 hours intravenously but may be extended to 4 hours if there is acute vasomotor reaction observed in the patient.

For bone marrow therapy, Arsenic Blanc is administered at a dosage of 0.15 mg per kg weight of the patient daily until bone marrow remission. The total dosage given to the patient should not reach 60.

Arsenic Blanc treatment should begin 3 to 6 weeks after completing the induction therapy. It is administered through IV at 0.15 mg per kg weight of the patient daily for 25 dosages in total for 5 weeks, but may vary depending on the patient's condition.

The most common side effects are wamble, vomiting, stomach aches, leukocytosis, languor, hyperglycemia, edema, coughing, rash or pruritus, dyspnea, headaches and dizziness, and some medication-related toxicity -- though the latter is said to be rare. If you experience any of these conditions, consult your doctor immediately.

There have been no tests conducted in regards to the interaction of Arsenic Blanc with other medications. It is recommended that the patient first consult a doctor and have them do a thorough physical and medical examination to determine the effectiveness and safety of the use of the medication. Patients who have adverse allergic reaction to Arsenic Blank should not undergo treatment using this medication.

Patients treated with Arsenic Blanc should be monitored at least twice a week to determine abnormalities before and after the treatment. This is a priority for clinically unstable patients.

This medication is in Pregnancy Category D. Any woman who is or may become pregnant should consult a doctor before proceeding with the treatment. Nursing mothers should not breastfeed their babies when undergoing Arsenic Blanc treatment to avoid complications within the infant's system. People with renal and hepatic impairment should consult their doctor before proceeding with the treatment.

Arsenic blanc has the following structural formula:

Chemical structure of arsenic blanc

• Chemical IUPAC Name is 2,4,5-trioxa-1,3-diarsabicyclo[1.1.1]pentane
• Molecular weight is 197.841 g/mol
Arsenic blanc available : 10ml ampules

Generic name: Arsenic trioxide

Brand name(s): Acide arsenieux, Anhydride arsenieux, Arseni trioxydum, Arsenic blanc, Arsenic oxide, Arsenic sesquioxide, Arsenicum album, Arsenigen saure, Arsenious acid, Arsenious Oxide, Arsenious Trioxide, Arsenite, Arsenolite, Arsenous Acid, Arsenous Anhydride, Arsenous Oxide, Arsentrioxide, Arsodent, Claudelite, Claudetite, Crude Arsenic, Diarsenic Trioxide, Diarsonic Trioxide, Poison Flour, Trisenox, White Arsenic

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