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infliximab intravenous

Does infliximab intravenous have side effects?

The following side effects are associated with infliximab intravenous:

Common side effects of infliximab intravenous:

Abnormally Low Blood PressureSevere
Acute Infection of the Nose, Throat or SinusLess Severe
BronchitisLess Severe
ItchingLess Severe
Muscle PainLess Severe
FeverLess Severe
Low EnergyLess Severe
Flu-Like SymptomsLess Severe
ChillsLess Severe
RashLess Severe
Temporary Redness of Face and NeckLess Severe
Head PainLess Severe
Trouble BreathingLess Severe
Chest PainLess Severe
Feel Like Throwing UpLess Severe
Throwing UpLess Severe
Stomach CrampsLess Severe

Infrequent side effects of infliximab intravenous:

High Blood PressureSevere
Skin Infection due to a Candida YeastSevere
Infection due to the Candida FungusSevere
Reaction due to an AllergySevere
Throat IrritationLess Severe
Sinus Irritation and CongestionLess Severe
IndigestionLess Severe
Infection caused by a VirusLess Severe
Urinary Tract InfectionLess Severe
Joint PainLess Severe
PainLess Severe
ThrushLess Severe
CoughLess Severe
DiarrheaLess Severe

Rare side effects of infliximab intravenous:

Yellowing of Skin or Eyes from Liver ProblemsSevere
Multiple SclerosisSevere
Bacterial Infection of Blood or Tissues affecting the Whole BodySevere
Guillain-Barre SyndromeSevere
Infection due to Nocardia BacteriaSevere
Sudden Blindness and Pain Upon Moving the EyeSevere
Relapse of Hepatitis B Infection SymptomsSevere
Drug Therapy that Worsens or Flares PsoriasisSevere
Hepatosplenic T-cell LymphomaSevere
Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating PolyradiculoneuropathySevere
Worsening of Chronic Heart FailureSevere
Heart AttackSevere
Fluid in the Covering of the Heart or PericardiumSevere
Slow HeartbeatSevere
Heart FailureSevere
Inflammation of Blood Vessels in the SkinSevere
Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic PurpuraSevere
Vocal Cord SwellingSevere
Legionnaire's DiseaseSevere
Fluid in the LungsSevere
Interstitial PneumonitisSevere
Lung FibrosisSevere
Disease caused by Cytomegalovirus InfectionSevere
Stomach or Intestine BlockageSevere
Acute Liver FailureSevere
Liver Inflammation caused by Body's Own Immune ResponseSevere
Hepatitis caused by DrugsSevere
Blockage of Normal Bile FlowSevere
Erythema MultiformeSevere
Toxic Epidermal NecrolysisSevere
Stevens-Johnson SyndromeSevere
Skin UlcerSevere
Lupus-Like SyndromeSevere
Swollen Lymph NodesSevere
Abnormal Liver Function TestsSevere
Infection caused by Coccidioides FungusSevere
Type of Infection caused by Histoplasmosis FungusSevere
Infection caused by Blastomyces Dermatitidis FungusSevere
Life Threatening Allergic ReactionSevere
Allergic Reaction caused by a DrugSevere
Allergic Reaction causing Serum SicknessSevere
A Fungal Infection - AspergillosisSevere
Infection caused by a FungusSevere
Active TuberculosisSevere
Pneumonia caused by Pneumocystis Jirovecii OrganismSevere
Reactivated TuberculosisSevere
A Malignant Pigmented Mole or TumorSevere
Malignant LymphomaSevere
Malignant Tumor or CancerSevere
Tumor of the SkinSevere
Infection caused by the Bacteria Listeria MonocytogenesSevere
Extreme Loss of Body WaterSevere
Hemolytic AnemiaSevere
Acquired Decrease of All Cells in the BloodSevere
Low Platelet Count and Bleeding from Immune ResponseSevere
Decreased Blood PlateletsSevere
Decreased White Blood CellsSevere
Decreased Neutrophils a Type of White Blood CellSevere
Disease of the NervesLess Severe
Temporary BlindnessLess Severe
Blood Clot in VeinLess Severe
Incomplete or Infrequent Bowel MovementsLess Severe
DizzyLess Severe
Excessive SweatingLess Severe
Visible Water RetentionLess Severe
Puffy Face from Water RetentionLess Severe

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