Cladrim 10 mg Injection is one of the most effective medications, used for treating hairy cell leukemia. It is mainly a purine antimetabolite, which is used in a treatment of different types of multiple sclerosis (MS). Patients who can not tolerate alternative MS drugs can always opt for this drug. However, it is important to understand the medicine cannot cure the disease completely. Instead, it will only reduce the frequency of the relapse symptoms. Cladrim 10 mg Injection is given intravenously or subcutaneously under the supervision of your doctor or a nurse in a hospital. If you have any other medical condition, share it with your doctor.
Cladrim 10 mg Injection is used to reduce the frequency of the relapse symptoms of multiple sclerosis by preventing lymphocytes from attacking the central nervous system and reverses the damage.
Cladrim 10 mg Injection has many adverse effects that you need to consider. Some of the adverse effects of the medicine are listed below-
Cladrim 10 mg Injection is given intravenously under the supervision of your doctor or a nurse in a hospital.Self administration is not recommended to the patient.
Cladribin gets incorporated into DNA synthesis pathway, which inhibit DNA synthesis and repair, leads to the accumulation of DNA strand breakage in cells cause a cell death.