Category: K

Kyprolis – Carfilzomib uses, dose and side effects

Kyprolis is a medicine that contains the active substance carfilzomib.

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Kyntheum – Brodalumab uses, dose and side effects

Kyntheum is a medicine that contains the active substance brodalumab. Brodalumab is a monoclonal antibody, a special type of protein that recognizes and attaches to certain proteins in your body.

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Kymriah – Thisagenle nucleus uses, dose and side effects

Kymriah, also called thisagenlekleucel, is made up of a number of your white blood cells called T cells. T cells are important for your immune system to function normally.

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Kyleena – Levonorgestrel uses, dose and side effects

Kyleena is used to prevent pregnancy (contraception) for up to five years.

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Kåvepenin Fruit – Phenoxymethylpenicillin potassium uses, dose and side effects

The active substance in Kåvepenin Fruit, phenoxymethylpenicillin , is a penicillin (antibacterial drug) that prevents the bacterium from building a normal cell wall. Without a functioning cell wall, the bacterium dies quickly.

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Kåvepenin – Phenoxymethylpenicillin potassium uses, dose and side effects

The active substance in Kåvepenin, phenoxymethylpenicillin , is a penicillin (antibacterial drug) that prevents the bacterium from building a normal cell wall. Without a functioning cell wall, the bacterium dies quickly.

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Kuvan – Sapropterin dihydrochloride uses, dose and side effects

The cube contains the active substance sapropterin, which is a synthetic copy of a body substance called tetrahydrobiopterin (BH4). BH4 is required for the body to use the amino acid phenylalanine, to form another amino acid called tyrosine.

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Kovaltry | Octocog alfa recombinant human coagulation factor VIII uses, dose and side effects

Kovaltry contains the active substance recombinant human factor VIII (octocog alfa). Kovaltry is produced by recombinant DNA technology without the addition of any human or animal components in the manufacturing process. Factor VIII is a protein found naturally in the blood that helps it to coagulate.

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Konakion Novum – Phytomenadione uses, dose and side effects

Konakion Novum contains vitamin K 1 (phytomenadione), which is necessary for the blood to coagulate (coagulate).

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Kalcipos-D – Calcium / Cholecalciferol (Vitamin D3) uses, dose and side effects

Calcipos-D contains calcium and vitamin D 3 , both of which are important substances for bone formation. Vitamin D 3 regulates the uptake and metabolism of calcium as well as the storage of calcium in the skeleton.

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Kalcipos – Calcium uses, dose and side effects

Calcium is important for the structure of the bone structure. Calcium intake plays an important role in osteoporosis.

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Kajos – Potassium Citrate uses, dose and side effects

Potassium is a mineral and an important component in the body’s cells, which, among other things, is important for the muscles and nerves to function normally. When treated with diuretics , more potassium is lost from the body than usual with the urine. Kajos replaces these potassium losses and prevents potassium deficiency.

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Kadcyla – Trastuzumab emtansin uses, dose and side effects

Kadcyla contains the active substance trastuzumab emtansine which consists of two linked parts:

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Kabiven Peripher – Emulsion uses, dose and side effects

Kabiven Peripheral consists of a three chamber bag having an outer bag. Kabiven Peripheral containing amino acids (protein building blocks), fat, glucose and salts. When you can not eat normally, this drug provides energy (in the form of sugar and fat) and amino acids directly into your blood.

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Kabiven uses, dose and side effects

The kabiven consists of a three-chamber bag with an outer bag. Kabiven contains amino acids (building blocks of proteins), fats, glucose and salts. When you can not eat normally, this drug provides energy (in the form of sugar and fat) and amino acids directly into your blood.

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