Eprex (Epoetin Alfa)300.00
Update: 19 nov. 2019
Grade: [A] - Pharmacy
Active substance: Epoetin alfa
Buy Eprex 2000IU x 6
These drugs are helpful for Athletes as they face numerous pressures and a lot of training to earn a victory in their field.
Total IU per one order unit: 12.000IU or 24.0000IU
Janssen Biologics B.V
How Eprex is Presented?
Eprex is presented as a solution in a prefilled syringe. The prefilled syringe is fitted with PROTECS™ needle guard device. Eprex is a clear colorless solution. It has 3 pre-filled syringes in a PVC contour pack, 2 contour squares in a cardboard bundle.
Why Eprex is Used?
Buy Eprex and use it to treat anemia caused by kidney diseases in children, adult on hemodialysis and many other anemia patients who yet have not undergone dialysis. Eprex is prescribed to stimulate your bone marrow to produce more red blood cells. It contains active substance epoetin alpha, a protein that incites the bone marrow to produce more red blood cells. Epoetin alpha is a copy of erythropoietin and acts similarly. Another use is to treat anemia in adults receiving chemotherapy for tumors and who donate blood before surgery, as it reduces the need for blood transfusion.
Eprex Usage by Athletes:
Eprex is one of those drugs that are helpful for Athletes as they face numerous pressures and a lot of training to earn a victory in their field. Erythropoietin is used to increase the cycling performance of cyclists. This drug enhances physical fitness and increases the body's maximum oxygen consumption capacity. When the number of red blood cells is high in your body, the more oxygen produced which is delivered to the muscles. These drugs stimulate red blood cell production; thus, the athlete can run harder and longer.
Eprex is given alone and not mixed with other liquids for injections so, only take one dose of Eprex from each syringe. If Eprex is injected under the skin, the amount injected is not normally more than 1mL in a single injection.
Composition and Pharmaceutical Form:
Active substance: Epoetin Alfa 16.8μg (2000IU)
Other ingredients are: Polysorbate 80 (0.15mg), Sodium Chloride (2.19mg), Sodium dihydrogen phosphate dihydrate (0.58mg), disodium phosphate dihydrate (1.12mg), glycine (2.5mg) and water for injections (up to 0.5ml)
Be careful before using an Eprex. Don't use if you have latter problems;
High blood pressure
Pure red cell Aplasia
Major Orthopedic surgery
Speak to your doctor if you are a cancer patient, pregnant, breastfeeding or have skin reactions.
Do Not Freeze or Shake:
Prolonged vigorous shaking can damage the product, so if the product has been shaken vigorously, don’t use it. Eprex should be stored in original packing to protect it from the light.
Possible Side Effects:
This medicine may also cause side effects like all other medicines. Consult your doctor if you suffer from any of these side effects. It may affect more than 1 in10 people.
Skin rashes which may result from allergic reaction
Bone or muscle pain
Redness, burning, and pain at the site of injection
Swelling of fingers
Feeling of breathlessness