If your loved one is tolerating the medication, ask the doctor if introducing the recommended effective dose of 9.5 mg/
24 hours is right for him or her.
Visually keep track of where you've put the patch on your loved one with our PatchMate™ mobile app.
Help your loved one face their mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease symptoms with a free 30-day supply of the Exelon Patch.
As the makers of the Exelon Patch, we understand how difficult mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease can be for you and your loved one. Sometimes it can feel like an uphill battle. The Exelon Patch is applied once a day. It releases medicine continuously for
24 hours to help with the patient's cognition, which includes things like memory, understanding, communication, and reasoning. After 4 weeks, if your loved one is tolerating the medication, ask the doctor if introducing the recommended effective dose of 9.5 mg/24 hours is right for him or her.
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EXELON PATCH can cause gastrointestinal adverse reactions, including significant nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, decreased appetite, and weight loss. Dehydration may result from prolonged vomiting or diarrhea and can be associated with serious outcomes. The incidence and severity of these reactions are dose related. For this reason, treatment should be initiated with EXELON PATCH at a dose of 4.6 mg/24 hours and titrated to a dose of 9.5 mg/24 hours, if appropriate. If you have not taken EXELON PATCH for more than 3 days, do not start taking it again until you have talked to a doctor.