KISUNLA

KISUNLA

KISUNLA is an FDA-approved treatment for early symptomatic Alzheimer’s disease (AD), which includes mild cognitive impairment (MCI) or mild dementia stage of disease.

Taking Kisnula can help reduce amyloid plaques associated with early symptomatic Alzheimer’s disease (AD) when taking Kisunla

While Kisunla cannot reverse or stop existing memory and thinking issues that are due to early symptomatic AD, it can help slow the progression of memory and thinking issues that are due to early symptomatic AD.

In a clinical study at 18 months, people treated with Kisunla showed a significant reduction in amyloid plaques compared with those who were given placebo.

Kisunla reduced amyloid plaques on average by 61% at 6 months, 80% at 12 months, and 84% at 18 months compared to the start of the study.

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Administration Information

KISUNLA is given by your healthcare provider through a needle placed in your vein (intravenous (IV) infusion) in your arm. KISUNLA is given every 4 weeks. Each infusion will last about 30 minutes followed by a 30 minute observation period.

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Potential Side Effects

Although most people do not have symptoms, some people experience Headaches, Confusion, Dizziness. Vision changes, Nausea, Difficulty walking or Seizures.

In rare cases, some people can develop ARIA. ARIA is most commonly seen as temporary swelling in an area or areas of the brain that usually goes away over time. Some people may also have spots of bleeding on the surface of or in the brain and infrequently, larger areas of bleeding in the brain can occur.

Some people have a genetic risk factor that may cause an increased risk for ARIA. Talk to your healthcare provider about testing to see if you have this risk factor.

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What is Kisunla

What is Amyloid

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