Pangraf Capsules is an immuno-suppressant which is used in kidney, liver, and heart transplant patients. The drug effectively weakens the immune system making it easier for the body to adjust to the transplanted organ. Pangraf 5mg works by blocking the action of Calcineurin, found in white blood cells. It prevents white blood cells from forming lymphokines when a foreign particle is detected in the body. Monitoring blood pressure is vital while taking this medicine.
How to use Pangraf 5mg Capsules?
Pangraf 5mg is available for oral consumption. Tacrolimus Capsules is usually taken every 12 hours or as advised by the doctor. The dosage of the medicine is prescribed depending on the type of transplant, body weight, and what other medications the patient is taking. Follow the doctor's instructions carefully while taking medicine and take it on an empty stomach.
Side effects of Pangraf 5mg Capsules
Diarrhea, increased thirst, kidney damage, liver damage, increased glucose level, stomach pain, nausea, and insomnia or difficulty falling asleep are some of the most common side effects of Tacrolimus Capsules.
I'm taking Prograf since 2000.
review by Mack on 1/1/2020
I'm taking Prograf since 2000. Was 7 seven in those days, presently I'm 19. Still no reactions, simply needed to check if there are any long haul symptoms.