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Fonkozomib 3.5mg powder for injection

Ferron Par Pharmaceuticals

Product packaging may vary from one country to another.

Ingredients in every vial

Bortezomib 3.5 mg

Each package contains

1 vial of 3.5 mg

Other details

Dosage formPowder for injection
Flavour None

W.H.O. classification

ATC Level 1
ATC Level 2
ATC Level 3

Warnings

Pregnancy

NOT RECOMMENDEDThis item is not safe for use during pregnancy.

Lactation

NOT RECOMMENDEDThis item is not safe for use during lactation.

Alcohol

CONSULT YOUR DOCTORSafety of this item for use with alcohol has not been established. Please consult your doctor.

Machinery

NOT RECOMMENDEDThis item should not be used while operating heavy machinery.

Available in

Indonesia

Dosage information

18 YEARS OLD AND ABOVE
Dosage in relapsed multiple myeloma and mantle cell lymphoma.
The recommended dose of bortezomib is 1.3 mg/m²/dose administered as a 3 to 5 second bolus intravenous injection twice weekly for 2 weeks on days 1, 4, 8, and 11, followed by a 10-day rest period on days 12-21. This 3-week period is considered a treatment cycle. At least 72 hours should elapse between consecutive doses of bortezomib. It is recommended that patients receive 2 additional cycles of bortezomib following a confirmation of a complete response. It is also recommended that responding patients who do not achieve a complete remission receive a total of 8 cycles of bortezomib therapy.

Indication

Bortezomib for injection is indicated for the treatment of multiple myeloma patients who have received at least 1 prior therapy and have demonstrated disease progression on the last therapy. Bortezomib for injection is indicated for the treatment of patients with mantle cell lymphoma who have received at least 1 prior therapy. Bortezomib in combination with melphalan and prednisone is indicated for the treatment of patients with previously untreated multiple myeloma who are not eligible for high-dose chemotherapy with bone marrow transplant.