Inadequate iron chelation increases the risk of life-threatening complications1
Prioritise treatment of transfusional iron overloadSuboptimal chelation increases the risk of cardiac events, liver cirrhosis, renal failure and other
life-threatening complications. 2,3
Know available options When it comes to iron chelators, one size does not fit all. Appropriate iron chelation needs to be adjusted regularly to help prevent damage caused by iron overload.1, 2, 4
Adjust your patients’ iron chelation as neededDepending on the organ, it can take a long time to reduce iron: treatment guidelines recommend preventing significant iron loading from the start.5
Use the additional information about iron chelation to know how to manage your patients’s therapy
In case you want to report an adverse drug reaction you become aware of, please report it to your Health Authority according to the requirements set by the pharmacovigilance legislation.