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FOR US HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS ONLY

TYVASO and TYVASO DPI are approved for the treatment of pulmonary hypertension associated with interstitial lung disease (PH-ILD; WHO Group 3) to improve the ability to exercise.

SIDE EFFECTS AND MANAGEMENT

Make a plan to prepare for a new medicine

You may have side effects…

Your healthcare team will help you understand your medication, including possible side effects. The most common side effects of TYVASO are cough, headache, throat irritation and pain, and dizziness. Having a plan to manage potential side effects can help you feel prepared and stay on track to get the full benefits of your medicine.

 

 

Managing the side effects of your medicine

Be sure to contact your nurse about things you can do to help manage side effects while continuing treatment, such as:

COUGH/THROAT IRRITATION

Review proper technique

Before treatment, eat a small amount of yogurt, honey, or peanut butter, or drink very cold or very warm water

If needed, use a throat spray to numb your throat before treatment

Talk to your healthcare provider to see if slowing the pace at which you increase your dose or optimizing other medications you’re taking could help

HEADACHE

Use an over-the-counter pain reliever, like acetaminophen

Talk to your healthcare provider to see if slowing the pace at which you increase your dose or optimizing other medications you’re taking could help

If you experience side effects, reach out to your nurse or doctor.
DO NOT STOP taking TYVASO without talking to your healthcare provider.

If you’ve been prescribed TYVASO DPI or TYVASO for PH-ILD, you’ll work with a Specialty Pharmacy to get your medicine.

NOW APPROVED—TYVASO DPI FITS IN THE PALM OF YOUR HAND

Ask your healthcare provider about the
Dry Powder Inhaler (DPI) option now approved for TYVASO®.

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See how simple TYVASO DPI is to use.

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