SciLocyte Warnings





Metro Drug
Full Prescribing Info
Allergic-type reactions occurring on initial or subsequent treatment have been reported. These have generally been characterized by systemic symptoms involving, most often skin (rash, urticaria, facial edema), respiratory (wheezing, dyspnea), and cardiovascular (hypotension, tachycardia) system.
Rapid resolution of symptoms occurred in most cases after administration of antihistamines, steroids, bronchodilators, and/or epinephrine. Symptoms recurred in more than half the patients who were rechallenged.
Left upper abdominal pain or shoulder tip pain accompanied by rapid increase in spleen size should be carefully monitored due to the rare but serious risk of splenic rupture.
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