Muromonab is sometimes prescribed to help transplant patients. This medication suppresses the immune system in order to stop the body from rejecting a new heart, kidney or liver. This medication stops T-cells from functioning normally so that they can’t attack the transplanted organ. Patients may have to be on this medication for the rest of their lives.

Side Effects/Warnings

This medication can cause patients to get infections that the immune system would ordinarily get rid of. Patients’ health should be monitored carefully; patients should also inform their doctors immediately if they have flu-like symptoms such as fever, chills, nausea or vomiting.

This medication can cause heart damage and sudden, fatal events such as cardiac arrest as well as nervous system damage which may lead to seizures.

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