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Eritrogen Injection 4000 IU 6 Vial contains Epoetin Alfa as its active ingredient and is designed to stimulate the bone marrow, leading to an increase in the production of red blood cells. This medication is particularly beneficial for individuals with long-term serious kidney disease who are experiencing anemia. Epoetin alfa, the key component of Eritrogen 4000IU injection, can also be used to reduce the need for blood transfusions in anemic patients before certain planned surgeries with a high risk of blood loss. Epoetin alfa mimics the action of a natural substance in the body, which helps prevent anemia by signaling the bone marrow to produce more red blood cells. 


Generic Category





4000 IU

Pack Size

6 x 1 Vial

Prescription Required



BF Biosciences

Country of Origin


Pack Form

Pack of 6 x 1 Vial Injection

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  • Erythropoietin (EPO) is a glycoprotein hormone naturally produced by the peritubular cells of the kidney, primarily in the renal cortex. It plays a vital role in stimulating the production of red blood cells. The production of EPO is directly regulated by the partial pressure of oxygen (pO2). Lower pO2 levels trigger greater EPO production, leading to an increase in red blood cell production.
  • Eritrogen Injection should be stored within a temperature range of 2-8°C (36-46°F) and should not be frozen. It should also be protected from direct sunlight.
  • Eritrogen Injection is non-habit forming and does not induce sedation. It does not feature specific child safety measures.
  • The route of administration for Eritrogen Injection is typically intravenous.

Common side effects associated with Eritrogen Injection may include:

  • Discomfort or ache in muscles or joints
  • Coughing
  • Gastrointestinal upset with diarrhea
  • Inflammation and redness at the injection site
  • Uneasiness and pain in the stomach
  • Experience of vomiting
  • Development of sores in the mouth
  • Occurrence of headaches



How does Eritrogen Injection work in stimulating red blood cell production?

Eritrogen Injection contains Epoetin Alfa, which mimics the action of a natural hormone in the body. It signals the bone marrow to produce more red blood cells, addressing anemia in certain medical conditions.

Can Eritrogen Injection be self-administered, or does it require a healthcare professional's assistance?

The administration of Eritrogen Injection typically involves intravenous administration and should be performed by a healthcare professional. Patients should follow the guidance of their healthcare provider for proper administration


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