Weekly dosage per kilo of body weight should not surpass 0.3mg.
If you suspect you injected an excess dosage, you should immediately get in touch with your local drug-control center or first-aid center. The symptoms of the drug abuse include headache, nausea, vomiting and edema of ankles.
Drug interaction can potentially lead to side effects or prevent the drug from giving play to its normal effectiveness. Please check whether the drugs you are using will act on each other. Some other drugs or medical conditions will act on this drug. Please tell your doctors or pharmacists how you carry out the prescription and how you are allergic to the drug. If you have leukemia history, treatment with this drug must be stopped. If you have any questions about the use of this drug, come into contact with your doctors or pharmacists.
If you feel painful or stiff or red and swollen in joints or painful in injection sites, please contact your doctors at once. If you have other symptoms, please tell your medical personnel.
While using this drug, keep a record of all visiting doctors and laboratory examinations. If you have diabetes or are using insulin, please check your blood glucose levels closely and ask your doctors to adjust the dosage of insulin.
Before dilution, keep it at 2-8℃ and avoid cold storage. Notice the period of validity printed on the label. After diluted with water: it must be used within 72 hours. It must be kept at 2-8℃ and avoid freezing.