ATSA 100mg Azacitidine Injection Description:
ATSA 100mg injection is an anti-cancer drug. It works by interfering with the growth of the genetic material (DNA and RNA) of cancer cells in leukemia. This kills cancer cells and helps the normal maturation and growth of young blood cells in the bone marrow.
ATSA 100mg injection is used to treat certain types of blood cancer. It is used to treat adult patients with all subtypes of myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS). According to the doctor’s decision, it can also be used to treat other diseases.
Injection site reactions (pain, swelling, redness), vomiting, weakness, nausea, decreased blood potassium levels, bruising, fever, chills, diarrhea, constipation
How to Use:
Your doctor or nurse will give you this medicine. Kindly do not self administer.
Is ATSA 100mg Injection a vesicant?
ATSA 100mg Injection is not a vesicant and it is not known that it will cause serious local tissue damage during extravasation at the time of injection (the injected ATSA 100mg injection leaks into the surrounding tissues from the administration site)
Will ATSA 100mg injection cause hair loss?
No, ATSA 100mg Injection is not known to cause hair loss
Is ATSA 100mg Injection chemotherapy?
Yes. ATSA 100mg injection is a chemotherapeutic drug, a cytotoxic drug used to treat various cancers. It is toxic to cancer cells and interferes with the cell’s DNA synthesis, thereby slowing or stopping its growth and proliferation (cytotoxic effect)
Is ATSA 100mg Injection a cytotoxic drug?
Yes. ATSA 100mg Injection is a cytotoxic drug.