an agent capable of suppressing immune responses to allow the body to accept an organ.
a drug that inhibits the activity of the immune system; used to prevent rejection of a transplant organ and in disorders where the body's immune system attacks its own tissues
A drug given to suppress the natural responses of the body's immune system. Immunosuppressants are given to transplant patients to prevent organ rejection and to patients with autoimmune diseases like lupus.
a medication that prevents kidney rejection
an agent that diminishes or prevents the immune response
a substance which suppresses the body's natural immune response to an antigen (bacteria, virus, fungi).
substance that inhibits the immune response
An agent that acts to suppress the body's natural immune response.
A drug or other agent that prevents or suppresses the immune response.
a medication that suppresses the body's immune response
Any treatment that retricts the body's immune response. Such as drugs treatments that are given after transplant surgery to prevent the rejection of foreign tissues.
a medicine used to prevent transplant organ rejection, somewhat lowers the body's ability to fight disease.
a compound which reduces or halts an immune response.
a drug that suppresses the natural immune responses. Immunosuppressants are given to transplant patients to prevent organ rejection or to patients with autoimmune diseases.
A drug that suppresses the action of the immune system and is often used after organ transplant surgery to prevent the body from rejecting the organ.