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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 ALLEGRA Generic Name: Fexofenadine Trade Name(s): Allegra,Allegra Allergy, Children's Allegra Route of Administration:Tablets by mouth with liquids and a high-fat meal Cost: Allegra Allergy (24-hour)Walmart: $22.88 (45 ct)Target: $24.99 (70 ct)Walgreens: $6.79 (5 ct)CVS: $22.99 (30 ct) Warnings/Precautions: Can cause allergic reactionsConsult with Doctor if previous Kidney problems Passes into breast milk If diabetic, caution is advised Contraindications: Patients with sensitivity to fexofenadine can have rare cases of dyspnea, angiodema and chest tightness Indications/Usage:Indicated for the use of relief for seasonal allergy symptoms Recommended dosage:For Adults: 60 mg twice a dayFor Pediatrics: 30 mg once a day Pharmacokinetics:Absorption: Following the dosage of 60 mg tablet, it would take approximately, 2.6 hours after dosage to maximize plasma concentrationMetabolism: Metabolizes in the liverDistribution: Binds to plasma proteins. The proteins that it primarily binds to are albumin and 1-acid glycoproteinExcretion: The average elimination for healthy people following the administration of 60 mg was 14.4 hours. Clinical studies:There have been trials conducted in people 12-68 years of age suffering from seasonal allergies. While taking Allegra, these trials reduced symptoms, such as sneezing and rhinorrhea. Special Populations:Geriatric patientsPregnant patients Mechanism of Action:Anti-hystamine with H1- receptor blocker.Prevents the symptoms of allergies Abrianna SteelePeriod 7
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