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Fludara is a brand name for Fludarabine, a medical product that is typically employed in the treatment of certain types of cancer. It has an inhibiting effect on the cancer cells' growth and also on the cancer's spread in the human body.
Fludara is typically prescribed for the treatment of patients suffering from a type of chronic lymphocytic leukemia, namely B-cell CLL. Therapy with Fludara is normally employed only after other drug therapies have been tried and no satisfactory results have been obtained. The specialized health care professionals may also prescribe Fludara for other medical conditions. If you would like to obtain further information on the possible uses of Fludara, or if you have any questions regarding the reasons you have been prescribed a therapy course with Fludara, it is best that you consult the prescriber or a specialized health care professional.
Fludara should not be administered to patients with a known or suspected hypersensitivity to Fludara or any of its ingredients.
You should inform your prescriber if you have a medical history of bone marrow or kidney disease, or of such viral infections as Epstein-Barr, herpes zoster or viral infections affecting the brain or spinal cord. Also, as Fludara may weaken your immune system, it is recommended that you avoid coming in contact with patients that are suffering from contagious diseases. You should not receive any "live" vaccines while following a treatment with Fludara, and you should not come in contact with individuals that have recently been administered such vaccines.
Fludara is not safe to use during pregnancy. If you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant you should consult with the prescribing health care specialist in order to determine a treatment course more appropriate to your situation. It is best that during the therapy with Fludara you use an effective contraceptive method.
Fludara is normally administered in a hospital or a clinic under the strict supervision of an authorized health care professional. The drug will be administered slowly through an intravenous infusion. In most cases, the administration time is of roughly 30 minutes.
You should avoid getting any of the medicine in the eyes, on the mucous membranes (the inside of the mouth or nose) or on the skin. In case some of the medicine comes in contact with your skin, you should immediately wash with water and soap. If you got some Fludara in your eyes, you should wash the eyes thoroughly with clean water.
Regular blood testing and other clinical examinations are routinely performed during your therapy with Fludara in order to monitor the organism's response to the treatment and to detect any signs of complications that may appear. It is very important that you do not miss any scheduled follow-up visits.
The exact Fludara dosage will vary greatly from one case to another, as it is determined by the examining health care professional based on a number of factors that are specific to each case. Typically, the Fludara doses are administered for 5 days in a row every four weeks. Once the follow up examinations show a positive response of the organism to the medication therapy, the supervising health care professional may change the dosage or the frequency of the doses. You will be able to obtain more specific information regarding your medication dosage from your personal health care provider or from the supervising health care professional.
An overdose with Fludara may cause serious complications and is much more likely to cause the appearance of severe side effects. However, as Fludara is typically administered under the strict supervision of an authorized health care professional, an overdose with Fludara is unlikely.
It is strongly recommended that you seek emergency medical attention if you have any reasons to believe that you are suffering from an overdose with Fludara. If you are not in a hospital or clinic, you should move to the nearest medical facility or contact the local poisons center as soon as possible.
If you missed your appointment for your Fludara injections, you should immediately contact your health care provider in order to schedule another appointment as soon as possible. Not receiving the needed doses in time may lead to the treatment not yielding the expected results. In some cases the supervising health care professional may recommend additional measures for returning the therapy to its normal course.
Severe allergic reactions to Fludara are possible. You should immediately seek medical attention if you experience any of the typical signs or symptoms: breathing difficulties, closed throat, swelling of the face, lips or tongue, hives and rashes.
Severe side effects may appear while following a therapy course with Fludara. These include signs of a weakened immune system (frequent or persistent infections, unusual bleeding or bruising, pronounced weakness), jaundice, dark urine, dark or bloody stool, stabbing chest pain, shortness of breath, coughing blood, drowsiness, confusion, arrhythmia, tachycardia, vision problems, mood and behavior changes, agitation, confusion or severe skin conditions.
Other side effects may also be encountered while taking Fludara. These may be more common, but are also less severe: headaches, tiredness or mild skin itching; other side effects are also possible. It is best that you inform your personal physician of any unexpected signs and symptoms that may appear during your treatment.
As with most medicinal products, Fludara may cause accidental interactions with other drugs. As such, it is best to inform the prescribing health care professional of any other drugs you are currently taking, both prescription and over the counter. In most cases, adjusting the medication dosages is sufficient to eliminate the risk of unwanted interactions.