Ifosfamide (pronounced eye.fos'.fa.mide) (also marketed as Mitoxana and Ifex) is a nitrogen mustard alkylating agent used in the treatment of cancer. It is a white powder which, when prepared for use in chemotherapy becomes a clear, colorless fluid. The delivery is intravenous, and is given as a treatment for a variety of cancers, including:
Osteomalacia as a late metabolic complication of ifosfamide chemotherapy in young adults: illustrative cases and review of the literature.(Case Report)(Report)
Jan 01, 2007; Purpose. Ifosfamide is a drug commonly used in the management of sarcomas and other solid tumours. One potential toxicity...