Amphadase used for?
is an enzyme that is used:
with certain other
injected medicines to help them pass into the body faster
inject under the skin in a process to replace lost
fluids in the body when a person is unable to eat or drink
remove contrast dye from the body when given under the skin
for a procedure called urography
should not use Amphadase?
Do not use
Amphadase if you are allergic to Amphadase or any of the
ingredients in Amphadase.
Warning(s) with Amphadase:
Amphadase is not for use with all injected medicines.
Amphadase should not be injected into or around an area that
is infected because it may cause the infection to spread.
Amphadase should not be used to reduce the swelling of bug
bites or stings
Amphadase should not be applied directly to the eye (cornea).
Amphadase should not be injected into a vein because it will
not work when used this way.
should I tell my health care provider?
health care provider if you are pregnant, are trying to become
pregnant, or are breast-feeding.
health care provider if you develop a rash, hives, itching, or
swelling after being given Amphadase.
health care provider about all the medicines you take, including
prescription and non-prescription medicines, vitamins, and
herbal supplements. Amphadase and other medicines may interact
with each other Especially tell your health care provider if you
some possible side effects of Amphadase?
(This list is NOT a complete list of side effects reported
with Amphadase. Your health care provider can discuss with you
a more complete list of side effects.)
side effects with Amphadase include:
injection site reactions (such as pain at the injection site)
detailed information about Amphadase, ask your health care
provider or pharmacist.