carboplatin

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carboplatin

[¦kär·bō′plat·ən]
(medicine)
A platinum coordination compound and anticancer agent used for advanced gynecologic malignancies, especially ovarian tumors, and for head and neck cancers and lung cancers.
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Pakiet nr 1: Carboplatinum Pakiet nr 2: Romiplostim Pakiet nr 3: Preparaty do zywienia Pakiet nr 4: Bexarotenum Pakiet nr 5: Matryca do zabiegw chirurgicznych Pakiet nr 6: Opatrunki: kompresy gazowe jalowe Pakiet nr 7: Opatrunki specjalistyczne Pakiet nr 8: Kompresy wysokochlonne Pakiet nr 9: Jalowe setony Pakiet nr 10: Jalowe tampony z gazy.
A chemotherapy regimen was started in May 2011 consisting of 6 cycles of carboplatinum (290 mg/day, once in 21 days according to the AUC 4 protocol) and etoposide (100 mg/[m.
My oncologist arranged for me to do six months of carboplatinum and Taxol.
Major groups of traditional ototoxic agents in humans Aminoglycosides Cytotoxic agents Amikacin Bleomycin Dihydrostreptomycin Carboplatinum Gentamicin Cisplatinum Kanamycin Nitrogen mustard Neomycin Vincristine Netilmicin Streptomycin Others Tobramycin Acetylsalicylic acid Arsenicals Loop diuretics Quinine Table 2.
Antitumor activity of a new platinum complex: an experimental and clinical appraisal and preliminary comparison with cisplatinum and carboplatinum.