Cresp 40 Injection is a medicine that needs to be used with utmost care because it can lead to serious side effects. It is important that you seek treatment from a doctor who is experienced in providing this medical therapy. You should follow all the directions of the doctor strictly. It is given under the supervision of a healthcare professional.
Common side effects include abdominal pain, high blood pressure, rash, injection site pain, breathlessness, cough, and peripheral edema. Inform your doctor if there are symptoms of very high blood pressure such as severe headache, problems with your eyesight, nausea, vomiting, or fits (seizures).
Your doctor may get your blood tests done regularly to monitor the levels of salts (electrolytes such as potassium), hemoglobin, and blood cells in your blood. You should stop taking it and consult with a doctor if you develop shortness of breath or skin rash.
Before taking Cresp 40 Injection, tell your doctor if you have heart disease, high blood pressure, or have had a seizure or stroke. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, or plan to become pregnant or breastfeed, consult your doctor to make sure it is safe for you.
USES OF CRESP INJECTION
- Treatment of Anemia due to chronic kidney disease
- Treatment of Anemia due to cancer chemotherapy
BENEFITS OF CRESP INJECTION
In Treatment of Anemia due to chronic kidney disease
SIDE EFFECTS OF CRESP INJECTION
Common side effects of Cresp
- Abdominal pain
- High blood pressure
- Injection site pain
- Peripheral edema
- Procedural hypotension (low blood pressure)