Summarized by Plex Health
Last Updated: 02 May 2022

Palonosetron is used in adults to avoid queasiness and vomiting triggered by surgery, or by receiving medicine to treat cancer. Palonosetron is used in children as young as 1 month old only to stop nausea or vomiting and throwing up brought on by cancer medicine. Palonosetron may also be used for functions not noted in this medication guide. Prior to you receive palonosetron, inform your medical professional about all your medical problems or allergies, and all the medications you are making use of. Make certain your medical professional understands if you are pregnant or breast-feeding. Tell your physician if you have ever had an allergy to a similar medication for queasiness or throwing up, such as dolasetron or ondansetron. These medications might communicate with palonosetron and cause a serious problem called serotonin disorder. You are not likely to miss a dose because you will receive palonosetron in a scientific setting.

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