Vfend Injection (Voriconazole)

Vfend Injection Precautions

Voriconazole can make your skin more sensitive to sunlight so take precautions and try to avoid being in the sun or using tanning booths and sunlamps. You should not perform unsafe tasks such as operating a vehicle or machinery until you know how your body will react to the Vfend Injection. Seek medical attention right away if you experience a rash, hives, or swelling of your mouth, lips, or tongue as this could be an allergic reaction.

Possible Side Effects of Vfend Injection

  • Blurred vision
  • Headache
  • Nausea or vomiting

Vfend Injection is an effective antifungal medication prescribed to treat serious fungal infections of your blood, skin, abdomen, urinary tract, and your bones or joints caused by the Candida species. For some patients with compromised immune systems, Voriconazole, the active ingredient of Vfend Injection, is considered a valuable treatment for combating invasive Aspergilla infections and respiratory infections.

Treatment with Vfend Injection is usually started as an intravenous infusion in hospital or given as an injection during a doctor’s exam so you can be carefully monitored for any complications, both from the medication and the infection.

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