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Granisetron transdermal may potentially interact with a few medications (see Drug Interactions With Granisetron Transdermal).
It is not known what exactly to expect from an overdose. If you happen to overdose on granisetron transdermal, seek immediate medical attention.
(Click Sancuso Overdose for more information.)
Store the patches at room temperature in their original pouches. Do not open a pouch until you are ready to apply the patch. Keep new patches (and dispose of used patches) out of the reach of children and pets.
Tell your healthcare provider if you forgot to take your granisetron transdermal dose (or if you took it too late) before your chemotherapy is started. Most likely, you will be given a different nausea and vomiting medication (that starts working right away) or your chemotherapy will be delayed.
Currently, granisetron transdermal is not available in generic form.
(Click Generic Sancuso for more information.)
Granisetron transdermal is made by Aveva Drug Delivery Systems, Inc., and is marketed and distributed by ProStrakan, Inc.
Granisetron transdermal patches come in one strength, which releases 3.1 mg of granisetron every 24 hours for up to seven days. The patch actually contains much more of the medication, but not all of the medication is released into the skin.