My dad, the patient, 92, lives in an 'assisted living--safe living' environment and is urinary incontinent. I have been told the facility is unable to administer this oral drug for many reasons, the chief one being that his wet incontinence products and/or other fabrics would be 'biohazard'. So, is this a concern? if so, where do patients who take this drug live while they are taking it?
Yes, Chlorambucil is cytotoxic.
- Chlorambucil Information for Consumers
- Chlorambucil Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Chlorambucil (detailed)
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