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The patient's bone marrow was not hypocellular; therefore, diagnosis of bone marrow suppression secondary to drug use was also eliminated.
As the patient tolerated the dose of temozolomide without nausea, vomiting, or evidence of bone marrow suppression, her dose was increased to 200 mg per square meter of BSA for 5 days during each 28day cycle.
Clopidogrel may be found to be associated with severe bone marrow suppression manifested as bone marrow failure (2), aplastic anemia, thrombocytopenia, neutropenia.
Bone marrow suppression is rare when patients are on folic acid supplementation.
Interferon alpha (with or without the addition of low-dose chemotherapeutic agents such as cytosine arabinoside), which augmented the body's immune response against the tumour, as well as directly causing bone marrow suppression.
For example, higher cytotoxic plasma levels would lead to increased bone marrow suppression, increased febrile neutropenia, and a predisposition to AML / MDS, with increased predisposition also to use of granulocyte colony-stimulating factor," he explained.
The child, who arrived at the hospital in a state of coma and shock, displayed bone marrow suppression, rhabdomyolysis, and hepatocellular injuries which were symptomatic of acute valproic acid poisoning.
Blood and urine should be monitored because bone marrow suppression and kidney irritation have been reported though rarely.
Of 127 test patients who failed to respond to traditional chemical and radiation treatments, about 60 percent have gone into remission without the hair loss, nausea and bone marrow suppression seen in traditional CLL therapies.
As an example of its capabilities, researchers and labeling specialists at a pharmaceutical manufacturer now have the ability to utilize LabelDataPlus to research the following type of question: "Which product labels contain an alert about the possibility of myelosuppression, bone marrow suppression, or myeloablation as an adverse reaction?

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