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Our doctors are here to help. Cleviprex can treat high blood pressure and more. Speak to one of our board-certified doctors to see if Cleviprex is right for you.Book an appointment
Our doctors are here to help. Cleviprex can treat high blood pressure and more. Speak to one of our board-certified doctors to see if Cleviprex is right for you.
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Can You Get Cleviprex (Clevidipine) Online?
Yes, licensed medical doctors can prescribe Cleviprex (Clevidipine) online after a medical evaluation.
You can speak with one of our online doctors to learn more about Cleviprex. Book an online appointment with one of our top doctors using your phone or computer.
During your virtual visit, a physician will review your symptoms and medical history to provide a diagnosis. If the doctor determines that a patient would qualify for Cleviprex, they can write a prescription and electronically send it to a nearby pharmacy for pickup.
What Is Cleviprex (Clevidipine)?
Cleviprex is an intravenous, short-acting medication that is used to treat patients with high blood pressure who can't swallow pills or take medication orally. It belongs to a class of drugs called calcium channel blockers.
Cleviprex prescription FAQs
How Does Cleviprex work?
Cleviprex is an ultra-short-acting calcium channel blocker. It has a half-life of approximately one minute as it is quickly metabolized by your blood esterases. Cleviprex works by helping to relax the smooth muscle cells of your heart and small arteries. This relaxation works to reduce your blood pressure and widens the arterial lumen.
What Is The Recommended Cleviprex Dosage and Treatment?
Cleviprex is designed for intravenous administration by a doctor or nurse, commonly before, during, or after surgery. The initial dose is commonly given at 1-2 mg per hour until the intended blood pressure is achieved. The dose can be doubled at 90-second intervals until the blood pressure approaches your doctor's goal. Adjustments to the dose can then be gradually lengthened to every 5-10 minutes.
Patients are commonly treated with a maximum dose of 16 mg per hour. No more than 21 mg per hour of Cleviprex is recommended per 24-hour period due to lipid load restrictions.
What Are The Benefits of Cleviprex?
Precise blood pressure control during urgent treatment is important in order to prevent the least amount of damage to your body. Because Cleviprex is so fast acting, it can help lower your blood pressure in an health emergency.
What Are The Side Effects of Cleviprex?
The side effects of Cleviprex in patients with moderate to severe hypertension may include the following:
What Are The Considerations and Precautions of Cleviprex?
Cleviprex may not be right for you if you have any of the following conditions:
Difficulty metabolizing fats
High cholesterol or high triglycerides
Food allergies such as soybean, soy products, or eggs
Kidney or liver disease
Adrenal gland tumor
Congestive heart failure
Cleviprex contains about 0.2 grams of lipid per mL. For patients who have disorders of lipid metabolism, your doctor may need to restrict your lipid intake.
Cleviprex can cause reflex tachycardia and hypotension. Your doctor will need to decrease your dose if either of these conditions occur.
Cleviprex should not be used in conjunction with beta-blockers. If you are on beta-blockers, your doctor may want to gradually reduce your beta-blocker dose before you start Cleviprex.
Are There Issues With Cleviprex and Pregnancy?
Although there are no well-controlled studies of Cleviprex use with pregnant woman, animal studies have shown an increased risk of fetal mortality. It is unknown if Cleviprex is excreted in you breast milk. Talk with your doctor if you are currently pregnant or breastfeeding your baby to discuss the risks and benefits of Cleviprex.
How Does Cleviprex Usage Change in Older Adults?
In age-related studies of Cleviprex, no overall differences in the effectiveness or safety were found in younger patients and the elderly. However, doses for geriatric patients are generally delivered more cautiously, starting at the low end of the dosing range.
Can You Buy Cleviprex Online?
No, Cleviprex is a medication that is injected intravenously and is generally administered by a health professional in a clinical setting, at a hospital, or during surgery. According to U.S. law, you must have a consultation with a doctor before you can get a prescription for medication. Then your doctor must send the prescription for a pharmacy to fill. Consider being cautious if you encounter a website that offers to sell you drugs such as Cleviprex without a prescription.
Luckily, there are online tele-healthcare websites that are legitimate that sell other medications that help treat high blood pressure that you can use at home. Sites like Plushcare are online tele-healthcare websites that offer appointments with an experienced doctor through a telephone call or an online video chat where you can get a proper evaluation, diagnosis, and prescription for medications that lower your blood pressure that are similar to Cleviprex.