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 Protopic Tacrolimus

Tacrolimus, also known as fujimycin or FK506, is an immunosuppressive drug used mainly after allogeneic organ transplant to lower the risk of organ rejection. It achieves this by inhibiting the production of interleukin-2, a molecule that promotes the development and proliferation of T cells, which are vital to the body's learned (or adaptive) immune response. Tacrolimus is also used in the treatment of other T cell-mediated diseases such as eczema and psoriasis. (for which it is applied to t...
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Protopic ## This is an immunosupressive drug mainly used after organ transplants. ...

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Protopic ointment

How long does it take to get this medication out of your body? And what can I do with the burning of my face and the red flashy skin on my face. I use this to control my eczema ...

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 NDC 0469-5201
Protopic .3 mg/g Topical Ointment by Astellas Pharma Us Inc. ## Package Codes: 0469-5201-02, 0469-5201-11, 0469-5201-30, 0469-5201-60 ## Active Ingredients: Tacrolimus
 NDC 0469-5202
Protopic 1 mg/g Topical Ointment by Astellas Pharma Us Inc. ## Package Codes: 0469-5202-02, 0469-5202-11, 0469-5202-30, 0469-5202-60 ## Active Ingredients: Tacrolimus
 NDC 50222-203
Protopic .3 mg/g Topical Ointment by Leo Pharma Inc. ## Package Codes: 50222-203-10, 50222-203-30, 50222-203-60 ## Active Ingredients: Tacrolimus
 NDC 50222-211
Protopic 1 mg/g Topical Ointment by Leo Pharma Inc. ## Package Codes: 50222-211-10, 50222-211-30, 50222-211-60 ## Active Ingredients: Tacrolimus
 NDC 54868-5233
Protopic 1 mg/g Topical Ointment by Physicians Total Care, Inc. ## Package Codes: 54868-5233-0, 54868-5233-1 ## Active Ingredients: Tacrolimus


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