What is Pangraf (tacrolimus)?
Pangraf is a drug that is an immunosuppressant, and it prescribed for preventing organ rejection during transplantation. Pangraf (tacrolimus) 1mg capsules decreases the activity of the immune system to stop an organ from rejection. The immune system helps the body fight infections. So the immune system treats any new organ as an invader. Pangraf generic version of Tacrolimus is used together with other medicines to prevent your body from rejecting a heart, or kidney or liver after transplant. Pangraf 1mg also may be used for purposes not listed in the guide.
What is the appropriate dosage of Pangraf (tacrolimus)?
As prescribed by the doctor/physician
What are the Warning & Precautions before taking Pangraf (tacrolimus)?
Don't take the drug without consulting a doctor or physician
What are the side effects of Pangraf (tacrolimus)?
Common side effects include stomach or abdominal pain, agitation, abnormal dreams, confusion, chills, convulsions or seizures, dizziness, diarrhea, flu-like symptoms, fever and sore throat, headache, frequent urination, loss of appetite, itching, loss of weakness or energy, nausea, mental depression, muscle twitching or trembling, pale skin, hearing and seeing things that are not there, skin rash, shortness of breath, swelling of the lower legs and feet, tingling, trouble sleeping, unusual bruising or bleeding, and vomiting.
How should Pangraf (tacrolimus) be stored?
Store it at room temperature
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