What conditions and diseases is Ferriprox used for the treatment or management of?
What are the active ingredients of Ferriprox?
The active ingredients in Ferriprox include:
What class of drug is Ferriprox?
Ferriprox belongs to the class of drugs:
The available forms from suppliers in the USA include:
Tablet forms from suppliers in the USA:
This product comes in different forms from different suppliers in the USA:
Ferriprox Information Guide
Ferriprox is a prescription drug that belongs to the pharmacologic class of Iron Chelator.
Related Disease Topics
Disease articles related to Ferriprox include:More Diseases »
How is the dosage of Ferriprox calculated?
Only a health professional is qualified to work out the dosage of Ferriprox. The dosage needs to be determined depending on a variety of factors including:More About Dosage »
What warnings or precautions need to be taken when considering the use of Ferriprox?
Some of the warnings and precautions that need to be noted when considering Ferriprox for use, include the following:More Warnings »
Would taking Ferriprox interfere with other drugs or medications I may be taking?
Some of the interactions are listed below. Ferriprox may interact with the following so this needs to be taken into consideration when considering the use of this drug:
- Drugs associated with neutropenia or agranulocytosis
- UDP-glucuronosyltransferases (UGTs)
- Polyvalent cations
What are the possible side-effects (adverse effects or unintended effects) of taking Ferriprox?
Some of the possible side-effects or adverse reactions may include effects such as:
- BLOOD AND LYMPHATIC SYSTEM DISORDERS
- GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS
- Abdominal pain/discomfort
- Alanine Aminotransferase increased
- Neutrophil ...
What are the inactive ingredients in Ferriprox?
The inactive ingredients contained in Ferriprox are:
- Cellulose, microcrystalline
- Magnesium stearate
- Silicon Dioxide
- Hypromellose 2910 (15000 mpa.s)
- Polyethylene Glycol 3350
- Titanium Dioxide
Product Formulation Information: Ferriprox
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