Interesting facts about Praxbind
What are side effects of Praxbind?
The most common side effects are:
Praxbind does not cause thromboembolic events (blood clots). In an analysis of the RE-VERSE AD trial, 5 of 123 patients reported thrombotic events. One of these patients experienced a thromboembolic event 2 days after treatment with Praxbind and 4 patients 7 days or more after treatment with Praxbind. None of these patients were receiving anticoagulants at the time and the events were related to the each patient’s medical condition. [see Warnings and Precautions].
What is the dosage of Praxbind?
The dose of Praxbind is 5 g provided as 2 separate vials containing 2.5 g/50 mL each. It is given as two intravenous infusions no more than 15 minutes apart or by bolus injection by injecting both vials consecutively one after another via syringe.
There is limited data to support the administration of an additional 5 g of Praxbind.
Renal impairment did not impact the reversal effect of Praxbind; no dosage adjustment required. Hepatic impairment has not been studied.
What are Praxbind drug interactions?
There are no reported drug interactions. Praxbind should not be mixed with other medicinal products when administered.
What are warnings and precautions for Praxbind?
Praxbind has not been studied in pregnant women. Therefore, its safety during pregnancy has not been established. It should be given to a pregnant woman only if clearly needed. It is not known whether this drug is excreted in human milk, so caution should be exercised when Praxbind is administered to a nursing woman.
What is the cost of Praxbind?
The average wholesale price for a 5 g dose of Praxbind is $3500.