a drug that makes a patient less able to develop an immune response.
Drug given to suppress a patient's immune system, such as one given to prevent rejection of transplanted tissue.
a drug that interferes with the normal immune response
a drug that lowers the body's normal immune response
medication that reduces the effect of the body’s immune system to a foreign object - whether infection or tissue or organ transplant.
Drugs that work to decrease the bodyâ€™s immune response.
Type of medication that suppresses the bodyâ€™s immune response. Given to transplant recipients to help prevent rejection of the transplanted kidney.
Any of several chemical agents that decrease the function and activities of the immune system. In some cases, this class of drugs suppresses autoimmune activity. An example of an immunosuppressive drug is cyclosporine.
A compound that inhibits an adaptive immune response. Used mostly to prevent graft rejection and to treat severe autoimmune diseases (Janeway et al., 2005).
Medication used to suppress the immune system.