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Rapamune is an immunosuppressant, Rapamune is prescribed after an organ transplant surgery to prevent the body from rejecting the said transplant. Rapamune weakens the body's immune system to allow the body to accept the new organ.
US Brand Name Rapamune
Generic Name Sirolimus
Other Brand Name Rapamune
Packing 100
Manufacturer Wyeth
Form Tablet
Strength 1mg

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Rapamune is given together with cyclosporine and a steroid medicine which works to prevent the body from rejecting a transplanted kidney.

How it Works

Rapamune suppresses and lowers the body's immune system which helps the body fight infections. The immune system can also fight or reject a transplanted organ such as a liver or kidney. This is because the immune system treats the new organ as an invader. Thus Rapamune works to prevent the body from rejecting the transplanted organ.

Common Side effects

Some of the potential side effects of Rapamune include the symptoms below;

Increased heart rate,
Decreased white blood cell count,
Urinary tract infection,
Increased blood pressure,
Abdominal pain,
Viral infection,
Reduced blood platelets,
Bacterial infection,
Fungal infection,
Herpes virus infection