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Idrofos 3 Mg Injection


Generic:              Ibandronic Acid
Manufacturer:   Sun Pharma
Pack size:          1 Injection/s, 3 Injection/s, 6 injection/s    
Pharma Form:   Injection
Strength:            3 Mg
Uses:                  Anti Cancer

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What Is Idrofos 3 mg Injection

Idrofos 3 mg Injection is an injection containing ibandronic acid as its active ingredient, belonging to the class of bisphosphonates and commonly prescribed to manage osteoporosis - a condition characterized by reduced bone density and an increased risk of fractures. Idrofos' key role lies in strengthening bones while simultaneously preventing further bone loss.

Active Ingredient - Ibandronic Acid

 Ibandronic acid is a bisphosphonate medication which acts by impeding osteoclast activity, the cells responsible for breaking down bone tissue. By slowing bone resorption, ibandronic acid helps preserve bone density and decrease fracture risk.

Indications and Osteoporosis Management

Idrofos 3 mg Injection is intended for treating and preventing osteoporosis in postmenopausal women, particularly after menopause. Osteoporosis is a common condition among postmenopausal women where their bones become fragile and more likely to fractures than before menopause.

Mechanism of Action

Idrofos' primary mechanism of action lies in its affinity for hydroxyapatite crystals in bone. Once infiltrated into the matrix, ibandronic acid inhibits osteoclast activity to reduce bone resorption, leading to an increase in bone mineral density and the prevention of fractures.

Dosage and Administration

Healthcare providers will typically recommend Idrofos 3 mg Injection at an intravenous injection, at regular intervals. Patients should strictly abide by any recommendations regarding dosage or administration for maximum effectiveness.

Side Effects and Considerations

Idrofos 3 mg Injection is generally well tolerated; however, like any medication it may cause side effects that include flu-like symptoms, muscle soreness or digestive upset. Patients should report any persistent or severe reactions immediately to their healthcare provider.

Precautions and Contraindications

It is essential to take certain precautions and considerations when using Idrofos 3 mg Injection:

 1. Renal Impairment: Individuals with renal impairment should exercise caution when taking this medicine and dosage adjustments may be required in accordance with their specific condition.

2. Hypocalcemia: Bisphosphonates such as ibandronic acid can lead to low calcium levels, leading to hypocalcemia (lower than desirable calcium levels). Adequate supplementation should be provided through both calcium and vitamin D supplementation.

3. Pregnancy and Breastfeeding: Idrofos is not suitable during pregnancy or breastfeeding. Women of childbearing potential should use reliable contraception during therapy with Idrofos.

Impact on Bone Health

Osteoporosis poses a serious threat to bone health in postmenopausal women, and Idrofos 3 mg Injection can play an integral part in mitigating this threat by slowing bone resorption and increasing bone mineral density - ultimately decreasing fracture risks while protecting skeletal integrity.

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