Aplisol

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WALGREENS Retail

$17.27

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43%

$9.77 With Free Coupon
HARRIS TEETER PHARMACY Retail

$17.27

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34%

$11.47 With Free Coupon
SAFEWAY PHARMACY Retail

$17.27

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32%

$11.69 With Free Coupon
WEGMANS FOOD MARKETS INC Retail

$17.27

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31%

$11.86 With Free Coupon
COSTCO Retail

$13.61

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10%

$12.27 With Free Coupon
WALMART PHARMACY Retail

$17.27

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23%

$13.24 With Free Coupon
CVS PHARMACY Retail

$17.27

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2%

$16.86 With Free Coupon
Aplisol

Drug Info for aplisol

  • Aplisol
  • Tubersol
  • By injection

Injection routeA nurse or other health provider will give you this medicine.

For the intradermal injection, medicine is injected into the skin on your forearm. A small bump should appear on your skin.

For the multiple-puncture device (Tine test), a device with several prongs is pressed against the skin on your forearm. It will slightly scratch your skin.

You must return to your doctor in 2 or 3 days so that he/she can look at the way your skin has reacted to the medicine. It is very important that you come back for this exam.

Your doctor may ask you to come back for a second test in order to make sure that you do not have TB.

You should not receive this medicine if you have had an allergic reaction to a previous tuberculin skin test. You should not receive this medicine if you have extensive skin burns or eczema or if you have active tuberculosis or history of treatment for tuberculosis.

Make sure your doctor knows if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Tell your doctor if you have HIV or AIDS, a weak immune system, other medical problems, or if you have had an organ transplant. Tell your doctor if you have recently received any vaccination, including vaccines for the flu, measles, mumps, rubella, polio, yellow fever, and varicella.

Some patients may have a false-positive or false-negative reaction to a tuberculin skin test. This may occur if you have received a vaccine against tuberculosis (such as BCG) or if you have been exposed to other mycobacteria.

Fainting, lightheadedness, seizure

Fever

Hard lump at the injection site

Make sure your doctor knows if you use a medicine that weakens your immune system, such as a steroid or cancer treatment.

Some patients may have a false-positive or false-negative reaction to a tuberculin skin test. This may occur if you have received a vaccine against tuberculosis (such as BCG) or if you have been exposed to other mycobacteria.

  • Fever
  • Fainting, lightheadedness, seizure
  • Bleeding or a dark bruise at the injection site (can occur up to 3 days after the skin test)
  • Allergic reaction: Itching or hives, swelling in your face or hands, swelling or tingling in your mouth or throat, chest tightness, trouble breathing
  • Hard lump at the injection site
  • Pain, swelling, or itching at the injection site