|Biotrexate - Methotrexate, abbreviated MTX and formerly known as a methopterin, is an antimetabolite and antifolate drug used in treatment of cancer and autoimmune diseases. It acts by inhibiting the metabolism of folic acid. Biotrexate began to replace the more powerful and toxic antifolate aminopterin starting in the 1950s, and the two should not be confused with each other.|
Indications: malignant neoplasms, psoriasis, rheumatoid arthritis
Burkitt’s lymphom Choriocarcinoma. Mycosis fungoides. Rheumatoid arthritis Breast cancer Advanced lymphosarcoma Crohn’s disease leukaemi
Indications: Maintaining remission in children with acute leukaemias.
Autoimmune diseases like rapidly progressing rheumatoid arthritis, severe psoriasis, pemphigus, myasthenia gravis, uveitis, chronic active hepatitis.
|Active ingredients: Methotrexate|