Bleocip (Bleomycin)

Bleocip Bleomycin is an anti-cancer (“antineoplastic” or “cytotoxic”) chemotherapy drug. Bleocip (Bleomycin)
is classified as an “antitumor antibiotic.”Bleocip Bleomycin  drugs act during multiple phases of the cell cycle and are considered cell-cycle specific

Bleocip (Bleomycin) is used  in the treatment of squamous cell cancers, melanoma, sarcoma, testicular cancer, Hodgkin’s and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Also used to treat pleural effusion (build up of fluid in the space between the lining of the lung and the chest wall).

15 Unit Ing

Dosage : Bleocip (Bleomycin)

Squamous Cell Carcinoma

0.25-0.5 unit/kg (10 to 20 unit/m²) IV/IM/SC q1-2Weeks

Hodgkin’s Disease, Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma

Administer test dose of 1-2 units of  Bleocip (Bleomycin) before first 1-2 doses; monitor vital signs q15min; wait 1 hour minimum before administering remainder of dose; if no acute reaction observe, may administer regular dosage schedule

0.25 to 0.5 unit/kg (10 to 20 unit/m²) IV/IM/SC q1-2Weeks; reduce to maintenance dose of 1 unit qDay or 5 unit qWeek IV/IM after 50% response

Testicular Carcinoma

Bleocip (Bleomycin) 0.25-0.5 unit/kg (10 to 20 unit/m²) IV/IM/SC q1-2Weeks

Pleural Sclerosing

Bleocip (Bleomycin) 60 unit in 50-100 mL as single instillation; may repeat dose at intervals of several days if fluid continues to accumulate (mix in 50-100 mL or NS); may add lidocaine 100-200 mg to reduce local discomfort

Elderly: May limit dose to 40 unit/m²

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Consult your doctor for proper Dosage for yourself

Bleocip (Bleomycin) medicine is to be taken strictly under Supervision of Medical Oncologist Only