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Amyvid 500-1900MBQ/ML : Solution - 60

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What is Amyvid ?

Amyvid (florbetapir F 18 injection) is a radioactive diagnostic agent used for Positron Emission Tomography (PET) imaging of the brain. It is specifically designed to visualize beta-amyloid plaques, which are indicative of Alzheimer's disease, allowing for an improved assessment of patients being evaluated for cognitive impairment. Amyvid is utilized as an adjunctive tool in the overall diagnostic process for Alzheimer's and other causes of cognitive decline.

Amyvid

Consumer Forms
Injectable

Consumer Routes
By injection

Therapeutic Classes
Diagnostic Agent , Diagnostic Agent, Radiopharmaceutical Imaging , Radiopharmaceutical Agent

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  • Make sure your doctor knows if you are pregnant. A woman who is capable of becoming pregnant might need to have this test done during the first 10 days after her menstrual period starts.
  • If you are breast feeding an infant, you may need to stop breast feeding for a short time after receiving this medicine. Talk to your doctor about the length of time you need to formula feed your baby.
  • Tell your doctor if you have had an allergic reaction to iodine or benzyl alcohol. Make sure your doctor knows if you have diabetes, kidney disease, liver disease, heart disease, or hypocalcemia (low calcium levels). Tell your doctor if you have a kind of tumor called an insulinoma. Make sure your doctor knows if you have problems with your pancreas or gallbladder, or if you have pulmonary hypertension (high pressure in your lungs).
  • While using this medicine, you may be exposed to radiation. Talk to your doctor about the risks and about precautions you need to take.
  • If you are having a test done on your heart, tell your caregiver right away if you have any chest pain, trouble breathing, unusual tiredness, uneven heartbeat, or lightheadedness during the test.
  • Gallium will stay in your body for a longer time than other diagnostic agents. Ask your caregiver for special follow-up instructions if you will be receiving gallium.
  • The specific test you are having might have its own side effects or risks. Talk with you health caregiver about the test and what you should expect during and after the test.
  • Skin rash, severe itching or redness.
  • Warmth or redness in your face, neck, arms, or upper chest.
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