Briplatin review

Briplatin is a chemotherapy medication for the treatment of various cancers. Briplatin is used to treat patients suffering from cancers including sarcomas, carcinomas, germ cell tumors and lymphomas. Briplatin is distributed in the United States under the brand names Platinol and Platinol-AQ

The dose and length of treatment with Briplatin depend on the type of cancer and the response of the patient to the chemotherapy. This medication is administered through infusion with a fine tube inserted through the vein at the back of the hand or near the collarbone. The infusion process can last eight hours or more and is only done in a hospital.

Each patient may experience different reactions when undergoing chemotherapy. Some may experience minor side effects while others may experience serious side effects.

The most common side effect is wamble or sickness. This usually occurs a few hours after the medication has been administered. In this case, your doctor will prescribe anti-sickness medicines to reduce the side effect.

There are instances where the medication affects the kidney and may even cause permanent damage if not immediately attended to by a doctor. Your doctor may conduct blood test before each treatment to determine if it is safe to continue with the medication. You will be given fluid through your veins to ensure that your kidneys are functioning well.

Some may also feel numbness in the hands or feet but this will disappear a few months after treatment. The medication may affect your hearing as well as your taste sensation.

Briplatin reduces the immune system, making the body prone to several infections. This is because the medication decreases the production capability of the bone marrow in producing white blood cells. It can also cause Anemia making you tired and weak.

If you experience or notice something unusual while undergoing treatment, it is important to inform your doctor immediately.

Before undergoing treatment or chemotherapy sessions, tell your doctor of all the medicaments you are using. This includes prescribed and non-prescribed medicaments. This is to help your doctor determine if you are taking medicaments that might interact with Briplatin that may cause complications or harm your health.

Another thing to consider before taking Briplatin is fertility. This medication affects the fertility of both men and women. Discuss with your doctor the benefits and risks involved in using this medication.

While undergoing treatment, avoid becoming pregnant or fathering a child because this may cause harm to the baby. If possible, use an effective birth control while undergoing treatment. Discuss with your doctor the best methods to use.

Make sure to follow the chemotherapy schedule as well as the laboratory tests and medical exams required. This is to allow your doctor to evaluate the progress of your treatment as well as to immediately identify any problems that may occur. This will also help your doctor determine if there are any necessary adjustments to your present dose.

Briplatin has the following structural formula:

Chemical structure of briplatin

• Molecular formula of briplatin is Cl2H4N2Pt
• Chemical IUPAC Name is
• Molecular weight is 298.029 g/mol
Briplatin available : 50ml injection, 100ml injection and 200ml injection

Generic name: Cisplatin

Brand name(s): Abiplatin, Biocisplatinum, Carboquone, Cismaplat, Cisplatine, Cisplatyl, Citoplationo, Lederplatin, Neoplatin, Plastin, Platamine, Platiblastin, Platidiam, Platinex, Platinol, Platinoxan, Randa

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