Bladder Cancer Care
As part of their continued bladder cancer care programme, medac Pharma has developed the first closed instillation system supplied as standard with Mitomycin, for the treatment of non-muscle invasive bladder cancer (NMIBC).
Mitomycin medac 40mg is licensed for intravesical use.
Each kit contains:
- A closed instillation system
- Mitomycin medac 40mg vial
- Male and female catheter
- Disposal bag
Mitomycin medac has several key features:
- Rapidly dissolving formulation1
- Formulation with urea to reduce irritation. Unlike sodium and chloride ions, urea can freely pass through cell membranes resulting in very little effect on tonicity of the reconstituted solution2
- Easy to use closed instillation system speeds up the process of Mitomycin instillation therapy and prevents cytotoxic contamination3
Mitomycin is indicated for intravesical administration to prevent relapse in adult patients with superficial urinary bladder carcinoma following transurethral resection.
Available in a 40mg vial complete with instillation set, Mitomycin can be administered as both induction and maintenance therapy.
Adverse events should be reported. Reporting forms and information can be found at yellowcard.mhra.gov.uk
Adverse events should also be reported to medac drug safety at: email@example.com
Ordering Mitomycin medac
Mitomycin medac is available from Alloga:
Tel: +44 (0)1773 441702
Mitomycin medac product code:
Watch the best practices for managing intermediate and high risk NMIBC from the EAU Congress 2021
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Paolo Gontero, Prof of Urology, Molinette Hospital, Italy
Hugh Mostafid, Consultant Urologic Surgeon, Royal Surrey County Hospital, UK
EAUN webinar – COVID 19 pandemic and bladder cancer care
Watch the first EAUN webinar moderated by Kathryn Chatterton, Bladder Cancer Clinical Nurse Specialist, Guys Hospital, London
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Please click on the images below to view each patient information guide.
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- 1. medac GmbH (2016). Video showing dissolving speeds of two mitomycin vials.
- 2. Data on file.
- 3. Lyvén B. Investigation of sealing properties of a system intended for safe mixing of drugs. SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden. January 2009.
- 4. Summary of Product Characteristics (SmPC).