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The principal adverse reactions of cyclosporine therapy are tremor, renal dysfunction, hirsutism, hypertension, gum hyperplasia.
Hypertension, which is usually mild to moderate, may occur in approximately 50% of patients following renal transplantation and in most cardiac transplant patients.
Glomerular capillary thrombosis has been found in patients treated with cyclosporine and may progress to graft failure. The pathologic changes resembled those seen in the hemolytic-uremic syndrome and included thrombosis of the renal microvasculature, with platelet-fibrin thrombi occluding glomerular capillaries and afferent arterioles, microangiopathic hemolytic anemia, thrombocytopenia, and decreased renal function. Similar findings have been observed when other immunosuppressives have been employed post-transplantation.
Hypomagnesemia has been reported in some, but not all, patients exhibiting convulsions while on cyclosporine therapy. Although magnesium-depletion studies in normal subjects suggest that hypomagnesemia is associated with neurologic disorders, multiple factors, including hypertension, high dose methylprednisolone, hypocholesterolemia, and nephrotoxicity associated with high plasma concentrations of cyclosporine appear to be related to the neurological manifestations of cyclosporine toxicity.
In controlled studies, the nature, severity, and incidence of the adverse events that were observed in 493 transplanted patients treated with Neoral were comparable with those observed in 208 transplanted patients who received Sandimmune in these same studies when the dosage of the two drugs was adjusted to achieve the same cyclosporine blood trough concentrations.
Among 705 kidney transplant patients treated with cyclosporine oral solution (Sandimmune) in clinical trials, the reason for treatment discontinuation was renal toxicity in 5.4%, infection in 0.9%, lack of
efficacy in 1.4%, acute tubular necrosis in 1.0%, lymphoproliferative disorders in 0.3%, hypertension in 0.3%, and other reasons in 0.7% of the patients.
The following reactions occurred in 2% or less of Sandimmune-treated patients: anemia, allergic reactions, anorexia, conjunctivitis, confusion, edema, brittle fingernails, fever, gastritis, hiccups, hearing loss, hyperglycemia, peptic ulcer, muscle pain, thrombocytopenia, tinnitus.
The following reactions occurred rarely: chest pain, anxiety, constipation, hair breaking, depression, hematuria, lethargy, joint pain, mouth sores, night sweats, myocardial infarction, pancreatitis, swallowing difficulty, pruritus, tingling, visual disturbance, upper GI bleeding, weakness, weight loss.
Patients receiving immunosuppressive therapies, including cyclosporine and cyclosporine-containing regimens, are at increased risk of infections (viral, bacterial, fungal, parasitic). Both generalized and localized infections can occur. Pre-existing infections may also be aggravated. Fatal outcomes have been reported.
Infectious complications in historical randomized studies in renal transplant patients using Sandimmune: septicemia, abscesses, systemic fungal infection, local fungal infection, cytomegalovirus, other viral infections, urinary tract infections, wound and skin infections, pneumonia.
Postmarketing Experience, Kidney, Liver and Heart Transplantation
BK virus associated nephropathy has been observed in patients receiving immunosuppressants, including Neoral. This infection is associated with serious outcomes, including deteriorating renal function and renal graft loss.
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