Rituxiver

How to use Rituxiver: Administer only as an Intravenous Infusion. Do not administer as an intravenous push or bolus. RITUXIVER should only be administered by a healthcare professional with appropriate medical support to manage severe infusion-related reactions that can be fatal if they occur. Premedicate before each infusion. Prior to First Infusion: Screen all patients […]

Zomiba

How to use Zomiba: Administration Precautions: The drug quantity contained in one vial (3.5 mg) may exceed the usual dose required. Caution should be used in calculating the dose to prevent overdose. When administered subcutaneously, sites for each injection (thigh or abdomen) should be rotated. New injections should be given at least one inch from […]

Pemaxa

How to use Pemaxa: PEMAXA is a cytotoxic drug. Follow applicable special handling and disposal procedures. Calculate the dose of PEMAXA and determine the number of vials needed. Reconstitute PEMAXA to achieve a concentration of 25 mg/mL as follows: Reconstitute each 100-mg vial with 4.2 mL of 0.9% Sodium Chloride Injection, USP (preservative-free) Reconstitute each […]

Carboxa

How to use Carboxa: NOTE: Aluminum reacts with carboplatin causing precipitate formation and loss of potency, therefore, needles or intravenous sets containing aluminum parts that may come in contact with the drug must not be used for the preparation or administration of CARBOXA. PREPARATION OF INTRAVENOUS SOLUTIONS CARBOXA (carboplatin aqueous solution) INJECTION is a premixed […]

Oncozar

How to use Oncozar: Use aseptic techniques during the reconstitution and any further dilution of Oncozar for intravenous infusion administration. Calculate the dose and the number of Oncozar vials needed. The usual dose of Oncozar is 1000-1250 mg for every square meter of your body’s surface area. Your height and weight are measured to work […]

Esophageal Cancer Awareness

Esophageal Cancer Awareness Esophageal cancer is the sixth most common cause of cancer deaths worldwide. Signs and symptoms of esophageal cancer include: Difficulty swallowing (dysphagia) Weight loss without trying Chest pain, pressure or burning Worsening indigestion or heartburn Coughing or hoarseness  

Cancer Survivors

National Cancer Survivors Day ‎ June the 5th, 2022 is National Cancer Survivors Day worldwide, an opportunity to raise awareness of cancer and how it affects lives and celebrate the increasing number of people who are surviving cancer.

Sarcoma

 Sarcoma Awareness: Sarcoma is a rare type of cancer that originates in bone or soft tissues such as fat, muscles or nerves. Therefore, it may be seen in any part of the body; however, it is mostly (60%) seen in the hands and feet. The symptoms of this cancer are directly related to its location. […]

Cervical Cancer

How to Prevent Cervical Cancer? Regular check-ups HPV vaccine Pap-smear  

Brain Tumor

Learn About Brain Tumor Symptoms Learn about common symptoms people with brain and spine tumors experience. Based on the location of tumor there will be various types of symptoms such as: Body pain, cognitive symptoms, fatigue, seizures, weakness, mood disturbance, headache, sleep disturbance, constipation or diarrhea, walking problems, nausea and vomiting. Cognitive symptoms: Cognition is […]