Paclitaxel 300mg Injection Zupaxel

Trade Name: Zupaxel

Manufacturer: Zuventus Healthcare Ltd

Presentation: Injection

Strength: 300mg

What is Paclitaxel 300mg Injection used for?

Paclitaxel 300mg Injection (with polyoxyethylated castor oil) is used to treat breast cancer, ovarian cancer (cancer that starts in the female reproductive organs where eggs are generated), and non-small cell lung cancer alone or in combination with other chemotherapy drugs (NSCLC).

What are the side effects of paclitaxel?

Stools with a black or tarry finish.
sensations of burning, numbness, tingling, or discomfort
Coughing or hoarseness accompanied by a fever or chills.
a warm sensation
The symptoms of a fever include a temperature and chills.
Face, neck, arms, and, on rare occasions, upper chest redness
Itching or a rash on the skin.
throat irritation.

Why is paclitaxel given weekly?

The argument for dose-dense weekly paclitaxel in the treatment of breast cancer is that by exposing dividing tumour cells to cytotoxic medicines more frequently, more frequent distribution of more moderate dosages may achieve more efficacy than bigger doses given less frequently.

How do you feel after paclitaxel?

During or immediately after therapy, you may experience a minor allergic reaction to paclitaxel. This can result in irritation, a rash, or a flushed face. A severe allergic reaction is quite rare. Breathlessness, swelling of the cheeks and lips, and dizziness are all symptoms. To know more click here.

Do you lose your hair with paclitaxel?

Paclitaxel is a drug that induces hair loss. The majority of patients will lose their entire head of hair, including brows, eyelashes, and body hair. Hair loss usually starts two weeks after the first treatment, but it might start sooner. Hair loss is normally gradual, but it can come suddenly, sometimes in a matter of days.

How long does paclitaxel stay in the body?

Most chemo medications take 48 to 72 hours to break down and/or eliminate in your body. However, each chemo agent is eliminated or transported through the body in a different way.

Does paclitaxel cause weight gain?

There is also evidence of weight increase after a breast cancer diagnosis, which is mostly related to the dramatic decrease in physical activity that occurs after a cancer diagnosis. In addition, paclitaxel-based chemotherapy has been linked to weight increase in patients with breast and lung cancer in studies.

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