INQOVI® (decitabine and cedazuridine) tablets contain 35 mg of decitabine and 100 mg of cedazuridine.
Tablet shown is not actual size. Actual tablet size is 7.94 mm x 14.29 mm.
Take 1 tablet, by mouth, once a day for the first 5 days of each 28-day cycle. INQOVI tablets should be taken on an empty stomach, at least 2 hours before or 2 hours after a meal. After 5 days of treatment, you do not need to take INQOVI for the next 23 days. Take INQOVI one time a day at about the same time each day.
If you miss your dose by more than 12 hours, skip that dose and extend your cycle by 1 day
To reduce risk of nausea or vomiting, your healthcare provider may prescribe an anti-nausea pill to take before each dose of INQOVI.
INQOVI cannot be substituted for IV-administered decitabine within the same cycle. If you are switching from IV-administered decitabine to INQOVI, talk to your healthcare provider about starting INQOVI at the beginning of your next cycle.
It may take 4 or more cycles before INQOVI has an effect on the condition. Your blood cell counts may change within the first 2 months.
Your healthcare provider will take blood tests before you start treatment with INQOVI and again before each 28-day cycle to check how well the treatment is working. If your blood counts are low, your healthcare provider may need to give you antibiotic medicines to prevent or treat infections or fever.
If you get certain side effects, your healthcare provider may tell you to:
Keep INQOVI and all medicines out of the reach of children.
DosePak is 7.35 in x 2.45 in.
What are the possible side efffects of INQOVI?
You may experience side effects while taking INQOVI. Your healthcare provider will take
blood tests before each cycle of INQOVI to help check the side effects such as cytopenias.
Record any side effects or important notes in your health journal, available in the INQOVI Treatment Kit or at INQOVI.com/healthjournal
The most common side effects of INQOVI include:
INQOVI may cause serious side effects, such as low blood cell counts. Low blood counts
are common with INQOVI but can also be serious and can lead to infections that may be
life-threatening. Your healthcare provider will check your blood counts regularly during
treatment with INQOVI. If you have low blood counts, your healthcare provider may need
to give you antibiotic medicines to prevent or treat infections or fever.
Tell your healthcare provider right away if you get any of the following signs
and symptoms of infection during treatment with INQOVI:
INQOVI may affect fertility in men. Talk to your healthcare provider if this is a concern