Citoplationo review

Citoplationo is a chemotherapy medicament used to treat various cancers including sarcomas, carcinomas, germ cell tumors and lymphomas. Citoplationo is distributed in the US under the brand names Platinol and Platinol-AQ

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

Some patients may experience minor side effects while others experience serious side effects. The most common side effect is wamble or sickness, usually occurring a few hours after the medicament has been given. When this happens, your physician will prescribe anti-sickness medicines.

There are cases in which the medicament affects the kidney and may even cause permanent damage if not immediately attended to by a physician. Your physician may conduct blood tests prior to each treatment to determine if it is safe to continue with the medicament. You will be given fluid intravenously to ensure that your kidneys are functioning properly.

Some patients may feel numbness in the hands or feet but this will disappear a few months after treatment. The medicament may affect your hearing and taste sensation.

Citoplationo reduces the patient's immune system, making the body prone to infections because the medicament decreases the production capability of the bone marrow in producing white blood cells. The medicament can also cause Anemia making the patient tired and weak.

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

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

Something to consider before taking Citoplationo is fertility since this medicament affects the fertility of both men and women. Discuss with your physician the benefits and risks involved when using this medicament.

While undergoing treatment, avoid becoming pregnant or fathering a child because this medicament may cause harm to the baby. Use an effective birth control while undergoing treatment. Discuss your options with your physician to determine the best methods to use.

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

Citoplationo has the following structural formula:

Chemical structure of citoplationo

• Molecular formula of citoplationo is Cl2H4N2Pt
• Molecular weight is 298.029 g/mol
Citoplationo available : 50ml injection, 100ml injection and 200ml injection

Generic name: Cisplatin

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

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