Dosing for OXLUMO
Doses of OXLUMO are based on how much you weigh. While taking OXLUMO, 3 starting doses will be given monthly to help bring urinary oxalate levels down. After the 3 starting doses, ongoing doses will be given to help keep urinary oxalate levels down.
Dosing with OXLUMO happens in 2 phases
Three doses are given 1 month apart at the start of treatment to help bring urinary oxalate levels down.
Ongoing dosing begins 1 month after the last starting dose to help keep urinary oxalate levels down.
Dose frequency is based on body weight:
For patients weighing 10 kg (22 lb) or more
For children under 10 kg (22 lb)
If a dose is delayed or missed, contact your doctor as soon as possible.
How OXLUMO is given
OXLUMO is an injection administered by a healthcare provider.
- Injections are given under the skin
- Injection sites can include the abdomen, thighs, or upper arms
- OXLUMO can cause injection site reactions. Symptoms included redness, pain, itching, or swelling at the site of injection
- Doses are usually given in a doctor’s office, though some patients may qualify for in-home nursing support, depending on their insurance coverage
- In a 6-month clinical trial of 39 adults and children (age 6 and up), the most common side effect reported was injection site reaction. Injection site reactions occurred throughout the study period and symptoms included redness, pain, itching, or swelling at the site of injection
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