Mediacal Brivaracetam Briviact CAS 357336-20-0 Brain Enhancing Drug
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|Product Name||Brivaracetam ;
|Appearance||White off-white crystalline powder|
|Grade Standard||Medicine Grade|
|Appearance||White crystal or crystalline powder|
|Storage||Store in well-closed container, protec...|
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Brivaracetam (trade name Briviact), a chemical analog of
levetiracetam, is a racetam derivative with anticonvulsant
Briviact (brivaracetam) is a selective, high-affinity synaptic
vesicle protein 2A ligand and analog of levetiracetam indicated for
the treatment of partial-onset seizures in patients with epilepsy.
- Studies of Briviact have shown it significantly lowered the
frequency of partial seizures as compared to people taking a
placebo or inactive drug.
- The most common side effects include: sleepiness, feeling sedated,
tired, dizziness, headache, nausea, and vomiting.
Who should not take Brivaracetam
People who have had a hypersensitivity or allergic reaction to
Briviact or an inactive ingredient in the drug should avoid using
Brivaracetam Used to treat
- Temporal Lobe Epilepsy
- Complex Partial Seizures
- Secondarily Generalized Seizures
- Simple Partial Seizures
|Typical dosing instructions:|
The dose usually begins at 50 mg twice a day.
It can be lowered to 25 mg twice a day for slower increases.
The dose can be increased gradually to 100 mg twice a day.
People with impaired or altered liver function are given lower
|The dose usually begins at 25 mg twice a day.|
It may be increased to 75 mg twice a day.
What are the dose ranges for Brivaracetam?
Briviact will be available as tablets, an oral solution, and an
injection which can be used temporarily when oral forms are not
Tablets: 10 mg, 25 mg, 50 mg, 75 mg, 100 mg
Oral solution: 10 mg per ml
Injection: 50 mg per 5 ml, in single dose vials
How to take and store Brivaracetam?
Taking medicine: It's important to take any seizure medication the
same way every day.
- When a medicine is taken twice a day, try to take it the same times
each day - usually morning and night about 12 hours apart.
- Briviact can be taken with or without food.
- Should be taken whole with a liquid.
- Do not chew or crush the tablets.
Using the oral solution:
- Use an accurate measuring device instead of a teaspoon to measure
how much to take.
- Do not dilute the solution.
- This can be given thru a nasogastric (NG) tube or a gastrostomy
tube (G tube) in people who are not able to take oral foods or
Remembering medicine: Since missing doses of seizure medications
can lead to breakthrough seizures, use reminders to help you avoid
missing doses. Examples of reminders may include:
- Time the medicines to something you do at the same time each day,
for example after eating a meal or brushing teeth
- Use a pillbox, daily or weekly
- Set alarms on phones, clocks, or other electronic devices
- Have reminder alerts, emails, or texts sent to an electronic device
by a seizure diary
- Keep the medicine at 25°C (77°F) or between 15°C to 30°C (59°F to
- Throw away any unused Briviact oral solution 5 months after the
bottle was first opened.
- The vial of medicine for the injection form is intended to be used
only once. Do not save any unused open drug for the injection form.
What are the most common side effects of Brivaracetam?
In controlled epilepsy studies, side effects happened in 68% of
patients treated with the drug and 62% treated with a placebo or
inactive drug. The most common side effects included:
Feeling tired, sleepy, or sedated
Nausea and vomiting
Some people may notice some problems with coordination when they
feel dizzy. This may happen when the medicine is first started but
can happen at any time. (see precautions)
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