Palexia - Key Visual

PALEXIA® PR -
Confidence in
pain control

Palexia® PR is indicated for the management of severe chronic pain in adults, which can be adequately managed only with opioid analgesics.1

Palexia - Key
Palexia - Patient - Low Back pain

CAN YOU EXCLUDE A NEUROPATHIC PAIN COMPONENT?

Palexia - Number of LBP patients with NP component - 90 % - Graph

In 9 out of 10 chronic low back pain patients you cannot exclude a neuropathic pain component2



 

Palexia - Key Visual - Efficacy

Your Severe chronic low back pain patients need: strong pain relief

Palexia® PR offers...

  • 37% more pain reduction than oxycodone/ naloxone3
  • Better symptom control compared to oxycodone/ naloxone3
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Palexia - Key Visual - Tolerability

Your Severe chronic Low Back pain patients need: THE TREATMENT WITH THE LOWER SIDE EFFECTS

PALEXIA® PR offers...

  • 40% less constipation than oxycodone/ naloxone4
  • A favourable gastrointestinal tolerability profile4
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Palexia - Key Visual - Stay on therapy

YOUR SEVERE CHRONIC LOW BACK PAIN PATIENTS WANT: TO BE ABLE TO STAY ON TREATMENT

PALEXIA® PR offers...

  • 77% more patients stay on therapy compared to oxycodone/ naloxone4
  • Significantly improved quality of life compared to oxycodone/ naloxone4,6

Confirmed by patients4,6

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Your patients benefit From PALEXIA® PR

  • 37% more pain reduction than oxycodone/ naloxone*3
  • 40% less constipation than oxycodone/ naloxone*4
  • 77% more patients stay on Palexia® PR compared to oxycodone/ naloxone*4
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*in severe cLBP with a neuropathic pain component, compared to oxycodone/naloxone PR.

**cumulated number of patients calculated according to the IMS Health, Midas, Consumption Data, Status Q4/2015; providing a DDIs (defined daily intakes) of 2 tablets for prolonged-release formulation and 4 tablets or 2.5ml intakes for immediate release formulations both solid and liquid; duration of treatment of 100 days.

ABBREVIATIONS

cLBP, chronic lower back pain

NP, neuropathic

PR, prolonged release