Health Conditions

Organ Transplant

What is Organ Transplant?

Organ transplant is the removing of an organ from one body to the body of another person. The most commonly transplanted organs are the kidney, the liver, and the heart.

Organ transplants can sometimes be rejected by the recipient's body. There are medications that can help prevent organ rejection. Common drug classes used are CNI immunosuppressants, mTOR inhibitors, kinase inhibitors, and CTLA-4 agonists.

Savings Tips for Organ Transplant

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Organ Transplant:
Drug Classes

Corticosteroids

(137 drugs)As low as $5

Anticoagulants

(13 drugs)As low as $12

CNI Immunosuppressants

(9 drugs)As low as $49

Antimetabolites

(13 drugs)As low as $24

Kinase Inhibitors

(46 drugs)As low as $204

mTOR Inhibitors

(1 drugs)As low as $376

CTLA-4 Agonists

(2 drugs)As low as $4247
Note: Popularity is based on total prescriptions for the brand and generic versions of each drug, regardless of the condition being treated. Some drugs are prescribed for multiple conditions.
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