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Ranibizumab is unlikely to interact with most other medications (see Drug Interactions With Ranibizumab).
An overdose of ranibizumab is unlikely, since it is injected by your healthcare provider and an entire vial of ranibizumab contains just one dose.
If you do not receive a ranibizumab injection as scheduled, contact your healthcare provider as soon as is possible and convenient. The medication works best if it is taken on a monthly basis, and missing doses may decrease its effectiveness.
Currently, there are no generic versions of ranibizumab licensed for sale (see Generic Lucentis).
This medication comes in the following strengths:
- Ranibizumab 0.3 mg (6 mg per mL)
- Ranibizumab 0.5 mg (10 mg per mL).