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AAAAI Allergy & Asthma Medication Guide

Last updated March 2020

 

Treatment of Hereditary Angioedema: Replacement therapy or immune modulating medicines pertaining to hereditary angioedema.

Generic Name

Brand Name

Use

Product Links (if available)

C1 Esterase Inhibitor (recombinant) Ruconest
 

Acute angioedema in hereditary angioedema

Ruconest Website
 

C1 Inhibitor (human)

Berinert

 

Acute attacks of hereditary angioedema

Intravenous medication to treat acute attacks of hereditary angioedema.

Berinert Website

 

Cinryze

 

To prevent angioedema due to C1 esterase inhibitor deficiency.

Intravenous medication to prevent angioedema due to C1 esterase inhibitor deficiency.

Cinryze Website

 

  Haegarda

 
Subcutaneous medication to prevent angioedema due to C1 esterase inhibitor deficiency. Haegarda Website

Ecallantide


 

Kalbitor

Acute treatement of angioedema.

From C1 esterase inhibitor  deficiency.

Three injections.

Kalbitor Website


 

Icatibant





 

Firazyr





 

Acute attacks of hereditary angioedema- can be self-administered

1 dose with onset of attack, can repeat in 6 hours, no more than 3 doses in 24 hrs

Firazyr Website





 

Kallikrein inhibitor- human
Lanadelumab



 
Takhzyro



 
12 years and above Type I and II hereditary angioedema

300 mg subcutaneous every 2 weeks; consider every 4 weeks after 6 months
Takhzyro Website



 

 

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