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Synonyms for Imuran

an immunosuppressive drug (trade name Imuran) used to prevent rejection of a transplanted organ

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G3: (Cyclosporine, Imuran, Cellcept, IV-methyl Prednisolone and oral Prednisolone).
Imuran tablets are now approved for the treatment of steroid-dependent Crohn's disease and steroid-dependent ulcerative colitis in the remission period.
The allegations by Vanda Lewis, Angela Gurr and Jill Elliott centre on their handling of Imuran and its active ingredient Azathioprine, at the company's plant in Dartford, Kent.
They are Novantrone, intravenous immunoglobulin or MG, and Imuran (azathioprine).
Azathioprine is the generic equivalent to Imuran, an immunosuppressive antimetabolite manufactured by Glaxo Wellcome Inc.
I don't know if this will mean anything to you but I am on Imuran 75 mgs and five mgs Predrisolone.
With regard to safety and tolerability, azathioprine (GlaxoSmithKline/Prometheus Laboratories/UCB's Imuran, Eisai's Imurek, generics) was chosen by the highest percentage of physicians while Remicade was selected by the highest percentage of MCOs.
I remember going to see the dogs that were given the Imuran.
For medications generally dispensed through PBM services, the target medications will include Imuran, Nolvadex, Plavix, Tabloid, Tegretol and Ziagen.
Imuran (azathioprine) and intravenous immunoglobulins.
Azathioprine * Imuran Hydroxychloroquine * Plaquenil Methotrexate * Folex
The women claim packing the Imuran pills led to problems including miscarriages, birth defects and cancer, according to Reuters.
This study is an important milestone in the development of this potentially life-saving technology," said Corinne Savill, PhD, Chief Operating Office at Britain-based Imuran LTD, the Novartis Pharma AG company at the forefront of xenotransplantation research that conducted the study.
Hanauer and his team monitor Kantor's medications: Imuran, an immunosuppressant, and prednisone, asteroid.