Dosing flexibility:
IT’S ON

Three dosing strengths, one convenient delivery form1

  • Patients should be started and can be maintained on 3.8 mg/24 hours1
  • Dosage may be increased to 5.7 mg/24 hours or 7.6 mg/24 hours, if needed, after 1 week1

No adjustments related to1:

  • Gender
  • Race
  • Smoking status
  • Renal impairment
  • Mild-to-moderate hepatic impairment

No food or drink restrictions

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.

No adjustments related to1:

  • Gender
  • Race
  • Smoking status
  • Renal impairment
  • Mild-to-moderate hepatic 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

Chapter 1

Welcome! And important information

Chapter 2

Choosing where to apply the patch

Chapter 3

Applying the patch

Chapter 4

Once you've applied the patch

Chapter 5

Disposing of the patch

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: Avoid direct external heat sources while wearing SECUADO.