VEENAT is a medicine that contains an active substance called imatinib that inhibits the growth of abnormal cells.


VEENAT is used in adults and children for the treatment:

    - Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia (CML)

    - Acute lymphoblastic leukemia with positive Philadelphia chromosome

    - Myelodysplastic / myeloproliferative diseases (MDS / MPD)

    - Hypereosinophilic syndrome (HES) and / or chronic eosinophilic leukemia

    - Gastrointestinal stromal tumors (GIST).

    - Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberance (DFSP).



Contact your doctor before taking VEENAT inform your doctor if you:

    - Have/had problems with the liver, kidneys or heart,

    - Are taking levothyroxin

    - Have/had a hepatitis B virus infection.



VEENAT should not be used during pregnancy.

 - Do not breast-feed during treatment with VEENAT. You may feel dizzy or have blurred vision while taking this medicine. If this happens,

   do not operate the vehicles or  machines.


Application in adults

·              - CML: The usual starting dose is 400 mg or 600 mg:

·              - GIST: The starting dose is 400 mg and if your daily dose is 800 mg you should take adequate dosage splited  in the morning and in the evening,

·              - Ph-positive ALL: An initial 600 mg dose should be taken as 6 pills of 100 mg once daily or as one tablet of 400 mg and 2 pills of 100 mg once daily.

·             - MDS / MPD: The starting dose of 400 mg should be taken as 4 pills of 100 mg once daily or as one tablet 400 mg once daily.

·              - HES / KEL: The starting dose of 100 mg should be taken as one tablet of 100 mg once daily.

·              - DFSP: A dose of 800 mg daily (8 tablets of 100 mg) should be taken as 4 tablets in the morning and 4 tablets in the evening,


Application in children and adolescents

The total daily dose in children should not be exceeded 800 mg in KML and 600 mg in Ph + ALL.

Method of application:

        - Take VEENAT with a meal. This will help protect you from erectile dysfunction problems VEENATa.

        - Swallow the tablets with a large glass of water.



    - fast weight gain due to  severe fluid retention

    - Signs of infection such as fever, severe wrinkles, sore throat, or ulcers in the mouth.

    - unexpected bleeding or bruising

    - chest pain, irregular heartbeat

    - cough, difficulty or painful breathing

    - a feeling of being in your head, dizziness or fainting

    - liver disorder

    - rash, redness skin with bubbles on the lips, peeling of skin, fever,

    - severe abdominal pain, vomiting blood, stools or urine, black stool

    - kidney disorders

    - nausea accompanied by diarrhea and vomiting, abdominal pain or fever

    - severe headache,

    - low levels of red  blood cells

    - eye pain or vision impairment,

    - Hips in the hips or difficulty walking.

    - dull or cold fingers on the legs and arms (signs of Raynaud's syndrome).

    - Sudden swelling and skin redness (signs of a skin infection called cellulitis).

    - Hearing difficulties.

    - muscle spasms or weakness

    - Pain in the pelvis sometimes with nausea and vomiting and unexpected bleeding from the vagina,

    - difficulty sleeping

    - Nose bleeding.

    - pain or swelling in the abdomen, winds, lungs, or constipation.

    - itching.

    - unusual loss or hair thinning.

    - numbness of the arm or leg.

    - ulcers in the mouth.


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