There are 16 Medications that may be used to treat bone marrow diseases.
There are 20 Medications that should be avoided if you have bone marrow diseases. If you have bone marrow diseases and are taking one of these medications, speak to your healthcare professional.
Anagrelide is classified as a Platelet-reducing Agent. Anagrelide is more commonly known as the brand Agrylin.
Busulfan is classified as an Alkylating Drug. Busulfan, more commonly known as the brands Busulfex and Myleran, may be used to treat Bone Marrow Diseases.
Carboplatin is classified as a Platinum-based Drug.
Chlorambucil is classified as an Alkylating Drug. Chlorambucil is more commonly known as the brand Leukeran.
Hydroxyurea is classified as an Antimetabolite. Hydroxyurea, more commonly known as the brands Droxia and Hydrea, may be used to treat Bone Marrow Diseases.
Idarubicin is classified as an Anthracycline Topoisomerase Inhibitor. Idarubicin is more commonly known as the brand Idamycin.
Imatinib is classified as a Kinase Inhibitor. Imatinib is more commonly known as the brand Gleevec.
Interferon Alfa-2A is classified as an Interferon alpha.
Interferon Alfa-2B is classified as an Interferon alpha. Interferon Alfa-2B is more commonly known as the brand Intron A.
Auranofin is more commonly known as the brand Ridaura.
Carbamazepine is classified as a Mood Stabilizer. Carbamazepine is included in 5 brands sold in the US including Carbatrol, Carnexiv and Epitol
Clozapine is classified as an Atypical Antipsychotic. Clozapine, which is in the more commonly known brands Clozaril, Fazaclo and Versacloz, should be avoided or used under the guidance of a physician for individuals with Bone Marrow Diseases.
Folic Acid is included in 69 brands sold in the US including Animi-3, Animi-3 with Vitamin D and BiferaRx
Gold is classified as a Standardized Chemical Allergen.
Haloperidol is classified as a Typical Antipsychotic. Haloperidol is more commonly known as the brand Haldol.
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