Imuran

 
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Without a Prescription

Imuran's main component is azathioprine.
Imuran is an immunosuppressive antimetabolite.

Imuran's other components include the following:
- anhydrous lactose;
- corn starch;
- magnesium stearate;
- povidone;
- stearic acid;

Imuran is prescribed for the following purposes:
- treat rheumatoid arthritis;
- an addition to prevent rejection in renal homotransplantations;

Contraindications

Imuran is contraindicated if you have any of the following conditions:
- the bottle or packaging has shown signs of tampering;
- the expiry date on the bottle has passed;
- the seal around the cap has been broken;

Overdose

Reported Imuran overdose symptoms are:
- bleeding;
- death;
- diarrhea;
- infection;
- marrow hypoplasia;
- mild abnormalities in liver function;
- mild leucopoenia;
- nausea;
- vomiting;

Side Effects

Imuran side effects that you should report to your health care professional or doctor as soon as possible:
- abdominal pain;
- alopecia;
- arthrelgias;
- diarrhea;
- fever;
- hepatic veno occlusive disease;
- hepatotoxicity;
- hepstotoxicity;
- hypersensitivity pancreatitis;
- leucopoenia and thrombocytopenia;
- lymphoproliferative disease;
- macrocytic anemia and bleeding;
- malaise, and myalgias;
- nausea and vomiting;
- negative nitrogen balance;
- neoplasia;
- skin rashes;
- steatorrhea;

Interactions

Do not take Imuran with any of the following drugs:
- allopurinol:;
- angiotensln converting enzyme inhibitors;
- other agents affecting myelopoesis;

Other Brand Names


- Aseroprim;
- Aseroprin;
- Azaallen;
- Azafalk;
- Azaglax;
- Azahexal;
- Azamun;
- Azapin;
- Azaprin;
- Aza-Q;
- Azathiodura;
- Azathioprine;
- Berkaprine;
- Colinsan;
- Glaxoprin;
- Immunoprin;
- Oprisine;
- Satedon;
- Thioprine;
- Tiosalprin;
- Transimune;
- Zaprine;
- Zytrim;
Without Prescription (2017)