What should I Know Regarding Pregnancy, Nursing and Administering EXFORGE HCT to Children or the Elderly?

If you are PREGNANT

  • Not Recommended:
  • Not Recommended:
  • Not Recommended:

If you are NURSING

  • Precaution: INSUFFICIENT DATA AVAIL; CONSIDER MATERNAL TREATMENT BENEFIT VS INFANT RISK
  • Precaution: INSUFFICIENT HUMAN DATA; MANUFACTURER DOES NOT REC
  • Precaution: LIMITED AMOUNTS EXCRETED WITH NO KNOWN ADVERSE EFFECTS IN INFANT.

If you are an adult over 60

  • management or monitoring precaution: Cardiovascular-Increased sensitivity to effects on blood pressure. Metabolic-More likely to develop hypokalemia or hypomagnesemia. Endocrine-May worsen glucose control in diabetics. Renal-Not effective with CrCL < 30mL/min.
  • management or monitoring precaution: General-Not recommended as first line therapy in the elderly. Cardiovascular-Start at 2.5 mg/day and slowly titrate upward. Peripheral edema may be common. Lower drug clearance may result in increased sensitivity to blood pressure lowering effects. Gastrointestinal-May cause or worsen pre-existing constipation.

Giving Haloperidol to a child under 12

  • Severe Precaution: Safety and efficacy of combination products not established in pediatrics.

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