What is SalivaMAX?
SalivaMAX are artificial versions of mucus-secreting mucus that are normally produced by the mouths of humans. The medicine helps create artificial saliva in the event that the body doesn't make enough saliva on its own.
SalivaMAX is used to alleviate dryness, pain, or discomfort in the throat and mouth that may be caused by certain medical conditions, medications, surgery, radiation therapy, or chemotherapy.SalivaMAX can be used for other purposes not covered in this medication guideline.
Side effects of SalivaMAX
See a doctor immediately. Get medical attention immediately if you notice symptoms that indicate an allergic reaction, such as difficulty breathing, hives, and swelling of your lips, face, or tongue.
This isn't an exhaustive list of all the side effects. Other effects may also be present. Speak with your doctor to get medical advice regarding adverse reactions. It is possible to report any adverse negative effects to the FDA by calling 1-800-FDA-1088.
There are a variety of kinds and brands of salivary replacements available. There aren't all the brands mentioned in this leaflet. Follow the directions on the label on your medicine packaging.
Before you take this drug
Do not take SalivaMAX if you are allergic or irritable to the ingredient in the product's packaging.Talk to your doctor before using SalivaMAX if you are nursing or pregnant.
How to take SalivaMAX?
The saliva replacement is intended for use only in the mouth. Avoid getting it in your eyes.Use the product for saliva precisely as indicated on the label or as directed by your physician.SalivaMAX is a mouth-to-mouth medication and is not intended to be swallowed.To use the mouth rinse or any other salivaMAX liquid, simply swish a tiny amount into your mouth over 30 minutes, and then you can spit it out.
The powder for oral use must be mixed with approximately 1 ounce of water prior to taking it. Mix the powder and take it out immediately, regardless of whether you have to swirl it around three or two times to obtain the entire amount. Don't store the mixture to use in the future.Make sure to shake your oral spray gently prior to each use, and then spray it directly into your mouth and on your tongue.
Tablets or lozenges could be placed in your mouth for extended periods of time when you sleep. Certain tablets are stuck to your gums or teeth to keep them in the right position.Gels, pastes, or swabs can be applied directly to the tongue, gums, teeth, or even the sides of the mouth. Follow the directions with care.The frequency of use of an alternative to saliva could be contingent on your medical condition or prescription schedule.
In the majority of instances, SalivaMAX is used 3–5 times daily or anytime your mouth is dry and irritable. When you use it for radiation or chemotherapy treatment, you could need to take this medication up to 10 times a day, beginning prior to or on the day of treatment. Be sure to follow all dose instructions attentively.Don't allow your child to make use of SalivaMAX without supervision from an adult.
SalivaMAX could be part of a comprehensive treatment plan that also includes other oral hygiene techniques. Follow your doctor's advice carefully.Keep your salivary replacement in the manner indicated on the label. Avoid heat, moisture, and light.
Do I be concerned if I miss a dose?
Since SalivaMAX is only used in the event of need, you might not be on a regular dosing schedule. If you're following a routine, take the missed dose as quickly as you remember. Avoid any missed doses if it's nearing the time for the next dose scheduled. Don't take extra medicine to make up for the missed dose.
What will happen if I take excessively?
An overdose of a saliva substitute is unlikely to pose a risk. See a doctor immediately, or call the poison assistance number at 1-800-222-1222 in the event that anyone is consuming large amounts of this poison.
What should be avoided?
You might need to refrain from drinking or eating anything within 15 minutes of taking SalivaMAX. Follow all the instructions in the package of the item that you are using.Rinse your eyes with water if a saliva substitute is able to get into your eyes.
Interaction with other drugs
It is unlikely that other medications you consume in the form of injections or orals can affect SalivaMAX, which is used in the mouth and not swallowed. However, many medications can interfere with each other. Inform your health professionals about the medicines you take, which include prescription and non-prescription drugs, vitamins, and herbal remedies.