Drugs & Medications - Alkeran intravenous
Does Alkeran intravenous have side effects?
The following side effects are associated with Alkeran intravenous:
Common side effects of Alkeran intravenous:
|Decreased Function of Bone Marrow||Severe|
|Decreased Blood Platelets||Severe|
|Decreased White Blood Cells||Severe|
|Decreased Neutrophils a Type of White Blood Cell||Severe|
Infrequent side effects of Alkeran intravenous:
|Inflammation of Skin caused by an Allergy||Severe|
|Life Threatening Allergic Reaction||Severe|
|Hair Loss||Less Severe|
|Feel Like Throwing Up||Less Severe|
|Throwing Up||Less Severe|
Rare side effects of Alkeran intravenous:
|Hepatic Veno-Occlusive Disease||Severe|
|Painful, Red or Swollen Mouth||Severe|
|Yellowing of Skin or Eyes from Bile Flow Problems||Severe|
|High Amount of Uric Acid in the Blood||Severe|
|Abnormal Liver Function Tests||Severe|
|acute myeloid leukemia||Severe|
|Escape of Intravenous Medications into Surrounding Tissues||Severe|
|Absence of Menstrual Periods||Less Severe|
|Feeling Warm||Less Severe|
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