Filgrastim, G-CSF

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Filgrastim, G-CSF Overview

Filgrastim, sold under the brand name Neupogen among others, is a medication used to treat low neutrophil count.[2] Low neutrophil counts may occur with HIV/AIDS, following chemotherapy or radiation poisoning, or be of an unknown cause.[2] It may also be used to increase white blood cells for gathering during leukapheresis.[2] It is given either by injection into a vein or under the skin.[2] Common side effects include fever, cou...

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Filgrastim, G-CSF
  • Injection: 300 Mcg/0.5 Ml, 300mcg/0.5ml, 300mcg/ml, 480 Mcg/0.8 Ml, 480mcg/0.8ml, 480mcg/1.6ml
  • Syringe: 300mgc/0.5ml, 300ug/0.5ml, 480, 480mcg/0.8ml
  • Vial: 300mcg/1ml, 300ug/ml, 480, 480mcg/1.6ml
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

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