- Cyclosporine is a type of test conducted to determine the presence of the drug level in the blood of the patient.
What is Cyclosporine?
- Cyclosporine is a test conducted to determine the presence of the drug level in the blood. The drug is administered daily to the patients to suppress the activity of the immune system. By detecting the level of drug in the blood, the doctors can administer proper dosages to the patients. The Cyclosporine test can be performed easily to determine the result.
Why is Cyclosporine suggested?
Cyclosporine is suggested when a patient is presented with the following symptoms:
- Sudden lumps in the body, accompanied by pain.
- Weight loss.3
- Weakening of the immune system.
How is the Cyclosporine test performed?
The Cyclosporine Test is performed by,
- The blood samples are collected from the patient.
- The injection site is cleaned with antiseptic lotion and a cord is tied for popping out the vein. (1)
Cyclosporine tests provide perfect results.
What are the parameters measured in Cyclosporine?
The parameters measured in Cyclosporine are as follows:
- With the help of the blood test, the doctors will confirm the progress of the treatment
- It may also help them decide on a further direction of treatment.
Preparation before performing Cyclosporine
Before the Cyclosporine test, patients should inform the doctor about their medical history as well as any medication they are consuming.
Post-care after Cyclosporine
Post-care after Cyclosporine testing involves administering drugs and supervising dosages according to the patient’s needs.
Sample types in Cyclosporine
The sample types in Cyclosporine include blood samples.
Side effects of Cyclosporine test
The common side effects of Cyclosporine tests include pain, which results from the puncturing of the skin.