Why buy Pangraf 5mg (Tacrolimus) for organ transplantation?
Pangraf- 5mg is one of the most recommended medications during an organ transplant. It’s FDA approved since 1994 for liver transplantation and has later been extended to kidney, lungs, heart and limbs transplant. Pangraf is available here at various strength manufactured by Zydus, Panecea Biotech. You can buy Pangraf- 5mg here for only $263.33 for 30 tablets of 5 mg.
How does Pangraf 5mg (Tacrolimus) work?
Pangraf- 5mg contains Tacrolimus as an active ingredient. Tacrolimus is a potent drug from the fermented broth of Japanese soil sample composed of Streptomyces bacteria. It works by suppressing the activity of the immune system. The immune system helps the body guard against invading foreign bodies. However, during an organ transplant, the immune system rejects the new organ and treats it as a foreign body.
Pangraf- 5mg can change the immune system’s function by preventing it from attacking the transplanted organ. The onset of action of Pangraf- 5mg can be observed in 5 to 6 hours after taking. The duration of the effects will stay live in the body for 2 to 4 days.
How to use Pangraf 5mg (Tacrolimus)?
Take Pangraf- 5mg exactly as prescribed by your doctor. Take it with a glass of water. The usual dose of Pangraf is one tablet a day. This can be taken even without eating a meal. The dose can be adjusted depending on the response of the patient. Visit your doctor after 3 to 4 weeks of taking Pangraf. Strictly do not alter the given dosage. Do not crush or chew the tablet.
What are the side effects of Pangraf 5mg (Tacrolimus)?
The side effects of Pangraf- 1mg are:
- Rash, irregular period
- Infections, Abdominal problems or urogenital problems
- A headache, Insomnia, Fever or Vertigo
- Hot flashes, edema, weight gain or arthritis
- Nausea, Diarrhea, and Vomiting
This is not a complete list of the side effects of Pangraf- 5 mg. In case of severe effects, call your doctor right away.
Warnings and Precautions
Here are some safety tips on or before taking Pangraf:
- Always consult your doctor once a month
- This may cause dizziness. Avoid driving after taking this medicine
- Inform your doctor about your current situation before taking this medicine
- This may lead to allergic reactions if taken without a doctor’s prescription
- Follow the directions that are mentioned here or in the product package
- Do not refrigerate the medicine
- This medicine is not safe for pregnant women
- Do not use this medicine if you are allergic to any of its content