Aredia vs Xgeva

Aredia
Xgeva
Other name: Pamidronate Pamidronate
Other name: Prolia Prolia
Satisfaction Score
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2.9
Moderately Satisfied
Satisfaction Score
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3.0
Moderately Satisfied
Helpfulness
for Bone Mets
1.2
Concern level
3.2
Helpfulness
for Bone Mets
1.8
Concern level
3.2
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Bone Mets*
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Bone Mets
Cancer
Osteoporosis
Method of use:
Injection
Method of use:
Injection
Prescribing mode:
Rx
Prescribing mode:
Rx
Bisphosphonates (also called diphosphonates) are a class of drugs that prevent the loss of bone mass, used to treat osteoporosis and similar diseases. They are called bisphosphonates because they have two phosphonate groups and are similar in stru...
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Top Concerns
Are
Bone Pain
9
Tiredness
7
Flu Like Symptoms
4
Joint Pain
3
Nausea
3
Arthritis
3
Back Pain
2
Flu
2
Fever
2
Hair Loss
2
Top Concerns
Xge
Tiredness
9
Bone Pain
8
Nausea
4
Back Pain
3
Joint Pain
3
Hot Flashes
2
Flu Like Symptoms
2
Hair Loss
2
Constipation
2
Arthritis
2
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7
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8
9
Nausea
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4
3
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3
2
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3
3
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Xge
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2
0
Flu Like Symptoms
Xge
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2
4
Hair Loss
Xge
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2
2
Constipation
Xge
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2
0
Arthritis
Xge
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2
3
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Bisphosphonates (also called diphosphonates) are a class of drugs that prevent the loss of bone mass, used to treat osteoporosis and similar diseases. They are called bisphosphonates because they have two phosphonate groups and are similar in stru...
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Bisphosphonates (also called diphosphonates) are a class of drugs that prevent the loss of bone mass, used to treat osteoporosis and similar diseases. They are called bisphosphonates because they have two phosphonate groups and are similar in stru...
Read on Wikipedia
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