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There is no specific treatment for INLYTA overdose.
In a controlled clinical study with INLYTA for the treatment of patients with RCC, 1 patient inadvertently received a dose of 20 mg twice daily for 4 days and experienced dizziness (Grade 1).
In a clinical dose finding study with INLYTA, subjects who received starting doses of 10 mg twice daily or 20 mg twice daily experienced adverse reactions which included hypertension, seizures associated with hypertension, and fatal hemoptysis.
In cases of suspected overdose, INLYTA should be withheld and supportive care instituted.
Last reviewed on RxList: 9/25/2013
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