HEPCFIX

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Hepcfix

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Brand name - Hepcfix

Generic name - Daclatasvir

Manufacturer - Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd

Strength - 60 mg

Storage - Store at room temperature (10-30°C)

Dosage form - Oral (tablet)

Salt composition - Daclatasvir 60 mg

Indication - Used in the treatment of chronic Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) infection

Gender - Unisex

Packaging - Bottle of 28 tablets

Prescription required - Yes

Description

Hepcfix 60 mg tablet is an antiviral medicine, used with other medicines in the

treatment of Chronic Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) infection in adults. It lowers the

multiplication of the virus (HCV) in the body. It improves liver function and helps to

eliminate the virus from the body over a period of time. The active ingredient of Hepcfix

60 mg tablet is Daclatasvir.

Pharmacodynamics

The combination of daclatasvir, sofosbuvir, and ribavirin is a direct-acting antiviral

(DAA) regimen for the treatment of hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection. That is why this

medication is given with other medications to treat Hepatitis C Virus. The inclusion of

newer effective DAAs such as SOF and DCV (high efficacy and excellent tolerance)

introduced a new method in HCV infection therapy: high rates of sustained virological

response (SVR), shorter therapies, less toxicity, and interferon-free treatments. This

combination was approved for the treatment of HCV in treatment-naive or treatment-

experienced patients with chronic HCV genotype 1 or 3 infections.

Contraindications

This tablet is contraindicated for patients who have a known allergy to any of the

ingredients of this medicine.

Alternate brands

● Daclacure 60 mg tablet

● Natdac 60 tablet

● Dalsiclear 600 tablet

● Hepcdac 60 mg tablet

● Mydekla 60 tablet

Side effects

● Fatigue

● Headache

● Nausea

● Insomnia (difficulty in sleeping)

● Fever

● Chills

● Anemia ((low red blood cell count)

● Chest pain

● Memory problem

● Skin rash

● Dizziness

● Drowsiness

● Vomiting

● Difficulty in breathing

Dosage

Normal dose

Take Hepcfix 60 mg tablet exactly as your healthcare provider tells you. Do not

administer without a proper prescription by your healthcare provider.

Missed dose

In case you miss a dose, contact your healthcare provider. Do not double the dose

strength on your own in order to catch up.

Overdose

Kindly seek medical help in case of overdose.

Usage of medicine

Hepcfix (Daclatasvir) Tablet is used in the treatment of chronic (long-lasting) Hepatitis

C Virus (HCV) infection in adults. It is available in the strength of 60 mg.

Warning and precautions

● Take Hepcfix 60 mg tablet exactly as your healthcare provider tells you. Do not

administer without a proper prescription by your healthcare provider.

● During pregnancy, take Hepcfix tablet only if your healthcare provider tells you.

Make sure to discuss the potential benefits and risks.

● During breastfeeding, take this medicine only if your doctor prescribes it.

● Administer Hepcfix 60 mg tablet cautiously in patients having liver or/and kidney

disease.

● Avoid the consumption of alcohol while consuming this medicine.

● Do not drive or operate heavy machines in case you feel unwell after taking the

Hepcfix tablet.

FAQs

Q1- What is Hepcfix?

A- Hepcfix 60 mg tablet is an antiviral medicine, used with other medicines in the

treatment of Chronic Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) infection in adults.

Q2- How should I take the Hepcfix tablet?

A- Take Hepcfix 60 mg tablet exactly as your healthcare provider tells you. Do not

administer without a proper prescription by your healthcare provider.

Q3- What are the storage conditions for Hepcfix tablets?

A- Store at room temperature (10-30°C).

Q4- Can I take this medicine during pregnancy?

A- During pregnancy, take a Hepcfix tablet only if your healthcare provider tells you.

Make sure to discuss the potential benefits and risks.

Q5- Can I take this medicine during breastfeeding?

A- During breastfeeding, take this medicine only if your doctor prescribes it.

Q6- Can I take this medicine for liver disease?

A- Administer Hepcfix 60 mg tablet cautiously in patients having liver disease.

Q7- Can I take this medicine for kidney disease?

A- Administer Hepcfix 60 mg tablet cautiously in patients having kidney disease.

Q8- In what strength is it available?

A- It is available in the strength of 60 mg.

Q9- Can I consume alcohol with this medicine?

A- Avoid the consumption of alcohol while consuming this medicine.

Q10- What are self-care tips?

A- Follow a proper diet plan.

Q11- What should I avoid while consuming Hepcfix tablets?

A- Avoid eating fatty foods.

Q12- Can I drive after taking this tablet?

A- Do not drive or operate heavy machines in case you feel unwell after taking the

Hepcfix tablet.

Q13- Is it a habit-forming medication?

A- No, it is not a habit-forming medicine.

Q14- What should be done if I miss a dose?

A- In case you miss a dose, contact your healthcare provider. Do not double the dose

strength on your own in order to catch up.

Q15- What should be done in case of overdose?

A- Kindly seek medical help in case of overdose.

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