Secuado Patch
3.8 mg/24 hours (20 cm2)
5.7 mg/24 hours (30 cm2)
7.6 mg/24 hours (40 cm2)
Patch not actual size.

Dosing flexibility:
IT'S ONTM

Three dosing strengths,
one convenient delivery form1
  • Patients should be started and can be
    maintained on 3.8 mg/24 hours patch
    1
  • Dosage may be increased to 5.7 mg/24 hours
    or 7.6 mg/24 hours, if needed, after 1 week
    1

Dosing flexibility:
IT'S ONTM

Three dosing strengths,
one convenient delivery form1
Secuado Patch
3.8 mg/24 hours (20 cm2)
5.7 mg/24 hours (30 cm2)
7.6 mg/24 hours (40 cm2)
Patch not actual size.
  • Patients should be started and can be
    maintained on 3.8 mg/24 hours patch
    1
  • Dosage may be increased to 5.7 mg/24 hours
    or 7.6 mg/24 hours, if needed, after 1 week
    1
No adjustments needed for1:
  • Gender
  • Race
  • Smoking status
  • Renal impairment

No food or drink restrictions

Empower your patients with treatment they can wear

Patients should change the patch and application site every 24 hours.1

Upper Arm
Upper Back
Abdomen
Hip

Patient guidance: Applying the SECUADO
transdermal patch

  • Patients should choose 1 application site from among the approved sites shown to apply 1 patch1
  • The patch may be applied to the right or left side1
  • Patients should be instructed to apply SECUADO to clean, dry, and intact skin at the selected application site1
  • For complete instructions for use, view this video or download the Instructions for Use brochure
Download Instructions for Use

To minimize skin reactions1

  • Erythema, pruritus, papules, discomfort, pain, edema, or irritation may occur and skin irritation may increase if SECUADO is applied for longer than instructed or if the same site is used repeatedly
  • Instruct patients to select a different application site each day

External heat: Tell patients to avoid direct external heat sources, such as heating pads, while wearing SECUADO.

Tips for adhesion

The SECUADO patch has been designed to adhere to skin for a full 24 hours. Patients should be instructed to1:

  • Change their application site every time they apply a new patch
  • Choose an application site that is clean, dry, and intact
  • Not apply the patch on skin that has cuts, scrapes, burns, rashes, redness, or other skin problems
  • Select an application site that is hairless or nearly hairless
  • If there is a lot of hair, use scissors to clip the hair as close to the skin as possible; they should not shave the application site
  • Not apply the patch on skin that has oils, lotions, or powders on it
  • Not apply the patch to areas of their skin where they wear tight clothing, such as waistbands, bras, or tank top straps
  • Avoid bathing or swimming while wearing the patch; they may shower