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Exelon (Rivastigmine)


Generic Name: rivastigmine (ri va STIG meen)

Brand Names: Exelon

 

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Product Description

Exelon contains rivastigmine tartrate, a cholinesterase inhibitor. Exelon is available as a capsule. Exelon can be found in doses of 1.5mg, 3mg, 4.5mg, and 6mg. Exelon can also be taken as an oral solution that contains 2mg per milliliter of liquid.

How It Works

Acetylcholine is a neurotransmitter that carries messages to the nerve cells in the brain. Therefore, it aids in memory, thought, and various other processes in the brain. Acetylcholine is being constantly produced by the nerve cells and is later broken down by the enzyme acetylcholinesterase. Due to certain diseases targeting the brain, however, there tends to be a lower amount of acetylcholine available. This is often due to the degradation of the cells that produce acetylcholine. What rivastigmine does, however, is to prevent the action of the enzyme acetylcholinesterase. This way, there is a larger amount of acetylcholine present in the brain.

Uses

Exelon is primarily given to individuals who are displaying either mild or moderate symptoms of dementia. It is usually provided to those who have dementia either due to Parkinson’s disease or Alzheimer’s disease. Exelon is not intended to be a cure for either of these diseases.

Dosage

To make sure that Exelon is as effective as possible, it needs to be taken in a very specific amount. This quantity can only be determined by a clinician. Therefore, it is important to visit a clinician before taking Exelon. You should also not attempt to change the amount of Exelon that you are consuming. Any alterations must first be approved by a clinician.

bullet_green_small3 For patients with Alzheimer’s disease, the amount is between 6mg and 12mg a day. This needs to be dispersed into two equal amounts. Exelon should be taken at mealtimes with food.

bullet_green_small3 For those with Parkinson’s disease, the total dose is 6mg to 12mg, each day. These needs to be divided into two amounts that should be taken with meals.

Side Effects

While Exelon has proven to be helpful, there are, nonetheless, certain unexpected issues that may manifest due to the treatment. You should look out for:

bullet_green_small3 Cramping in the stomach
bullet_green_small3 Disorientation
bullet_green_small3 Lightheadedness
bullet_green_small3 Headache
bullet_green_small3 Feeling of sadness
bullet_green_small3 Auditory or visual hallucinations
bullet_green_small3 Changes in sleeping patterns
bullet_green_small3 A feeling of poor health
bullet_green_small3 Symptoms that resemble a cold
bullet_green_small3 A decreased interest in eating
bullet_green_small3 Nausea
bullet_green_small3 Vomiting
bullet_green_small3 Indigestion

If these indications increase in severity or do not go away, you should seek the diagnosis of a trained clinician.

Precautions

Exelon is not meant for individuals with a hypersensitivity to rivastigmine, meprobamate, neostigmine, or carisoprodol.

If you have used a different form of Exelon and experienced any negative symptoms, you may experience it with other types of Exelon as well.

You should mention if you have any of these conditions prior to being prescribed Exelon:

bullet_green_small3 Recent reductions in weight
bullet_green_small3 Any diseases related to the kidneys or liver
bullet_green_small3 Any conditions with your heart
bullet_green_small3 Ulcers
bullet_green_small3 Issues with either urination or your prostate gland
bullet_green_small3 Disorders that cause seizures
bullet_green_small3 Breathing problems or conditions
bullet_green_small3 Tremors or inability to control movements

Self-Care

While Exelon has not been shown to harm the fetus of pregnant women, you still should inform your clinician if you are with child.

Do not start breastfeeding your infant unless you have first discussed it with your clinician.

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