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Healthcare professionals use the drug Antithymocyte to treat patients with prophylaxis and treatment of acute rejection in patients receiving a kidney transplant. This medicine comes in 250 mg/5 ml and 50 mg/ml single-use vials for intravenous infusion. Antithymocyte is a purified, pasteurized immunoglobulin G obtained by immunizing rabbits with human thymocytes. The common adverse effects of ATG injection are shortness of breath, fever, headache, anxiety, chills, increased potassium levels in the blood, and low counts of platelets, white blood cells, etc.

This drug is readily available in India with several generic medicine suppliers.



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