A transplantation becomes necessary if an organ is no longer able to fulfil all of its functions. Today, this treatment method is a well-established, successful procedure, such that most patients can once again lead an almost normal life after the organ transplant. After a transplantation, regularly taking medicine helps to make sure that the function of the donor organ is preserved and that it is protected from the body’s own immune reactions. In medicine nowadays, so-called immunosuppressants are used as prophylaxis against organ rejection.
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For interested parties from Austria: For more detailed information, please refer to the published patient information leaflet (EMA - European Medicines agency ) or consult your doctor or pharmacist.