Requires patient′s consent prior to administration.

Dosage and administration

Vaxira® treatment has two phases

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Each 1ml dose of Vaxira® is divides into four 0.25ml sub-doses

Vaxira® is administered intradermally, in four different sites.

Recommended administration sites are:
  • Deltoid region
  • Anterior forearm
  • Anterior thigh
  • Posterior calf

If 2 sub-doses are administered in the same region, both administration sites should be, at least, 5 cm apart.

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Induction phase

The first five doses are administered at 14-day intervals. This step is crucial to achieve a good level of seroconversion and immunogenicity, thus yielding high levels of antibodies against Racotumomab and NeuGcGM3.

It is recommended that the patient remains under observation for one hour after receiving the first 2 doses of Vaxira® to ensure immediate detection of possible adverse reactions and subsequent treatment. The patient need not remain under observation after subsequent doses if no adverse reactions had been previously observed, unless the physician considers otherwise. Only symptomatic treatment is suggested if necessary. There is no evidence that would suggest the need to administer any medication prior to vaccination with Vaxira®.

Maintenance Phase

When the induction phase is completed, the patient receives booster doses every 28 days until unacceptable toxicity or deterioration of the patient’s general condition.

Disease progression, either from the symptomatic or radiological standpoint, is not a cause to stop vaccination.

The vaccine can be administered concurrently with other standard chemotherapies.

Instructions for use of Vaxira®

VAXIRA® vials should be inspected before use. In the case the solution appears cloudy or discolored, it should not be used. The product contains no preservative in the formulation; therefore, it should be used immediately after opening the vial.

How to prepare

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