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Sancuso (Granisetron) Transdermal Patch

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Sancuso transdermal patches are specifically used for the prevention of nausea and vomiting caused by cancer chemotherapy. Sancuso works by inhibiting the effects of certain chemicals in the body that can trigger nausea and vomiting. You can get the best Sancuso patch cost online if you buy it from Canada.

  • Sancuso is a prescription patch that has been approved to prevent chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting (CINV). It offers an alternative to taking pills for the same purpose.
  • With just one application, Sancuso can provide continuous CINV control for up to five days.
Fact Table
Formula C18H24N4O
License US DailyMed
Bioavailability 60%
Legal status Rx-Only
Chemical Name Granisetron
Elimination half-life 3–14 hours
Dosage (Strength) 3.1mg / 24 hours
Pregnancy consult a healthcare provider
Brands Sancuso
Protein binding 65%
PubChem CID 3510
MedlinePlus a601211
ChEBI 5537
ATC code A04AA02
DrugBank DB00889
KEGG D04370
Routes of administration Transdermal Patch

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Sancuso 3.1 mg 24hr patch releases 3.1 mg of Granisetron per 24 hours over the course of 7 days.

Apply a single patch to the upper outer arm at least 24 hours before starting chemotherapy.

Place the patch on the upper outer arm, ensuring that the skin is clean, dry, intact, and in a healthy condition.

If necessary, the patch can be applied up to 48 hours before chemotherapy.

Remove the patch at least 24 hours after completing chemotherapy.

Do not place the patch on red, irritated, or damaged skin.

Each patch is individually packaged and should be applied immediately after opening the pouch.

Do not cut the patch into pieces.


Each Sancuso transdermal patch, with a size of 52 cm2, contains 34.3 mg of Granisetron. The patch releases approximately 3.1 mg of Granisetron over a 24-hour period.


In case of severe reactions such as an allergic rash or itching, the transdermal patch should be removed.

Before using this medication, it is important to inform your doctor or pharmacist if you have a history of stomach or intestinal problems.

Patients should cover the patch application site with clothing if there is a risk of sunlight exposure during the wear period and for 10 days after patch removal.

Swimming, strenuous exercise, and sauna use should be avoided.

Avoid applying external heat, such as hot water bottles or heat pads, to the area of the transdermal patch.

Sancuso should not be used when you are not undergoing chemotherapy unless specifically instructed by your doctor.


Using Sancuso in combination with certain medications can lead to an excessive buildup of serotonin in the body, a serious condition known as "serotonin syndrome" that can be life-threatening. It is important to inform your doctor if you are also taking lithium, narcotic medications or muscle relaxers, ritonavir, migraine headache medications, St. John's wort, antidepressants, or any other anti-nausea medications.

Please note that this list is not exhaustive, and there may be other drugs that can interact with granisetron, including prescription and over-the-counter medications, vitamins, and herbal products. It is crucial to disclose all the medications you are taking to your doctor to avoid any potential interactions.

Side Effects

Before you buy Sancuso patch, be aware of the following side effects:

  • swollen face, throat, tongue or lips, skin rashes, troubled breathing
  • pain or swelling in your stomach
  • any form of irritation at the site where the patch is applied.
  • symptoms of elevated serotonin levels in the body.

Common side effects may include constipation, headache, or mild skin irritation where the patch was worn.

If you experience any side effects while using SANCUSO, it's important to inform your healthcare provider. Even if the side effects persist, don't hesitate to let them know. Please note that this is not an exhaustive list of possible side effects. For more information, consult your healthcare provider or pharmacist. In case you need medical advice regarding any side effects you are experiencing, please call your doctor. You may also report any side effects to the FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088.

For complete details about SANCUSO, please refer to the Patient Information.

Frequently asked questions about Sancuso

How often do you change SANCUSO patch?

The SANCUSO 3.1 mg 24hr patch is designed to be changed once every seven days. It's important to remember that the patch should be applied to clean, dry skin on the outside part of your upper arm. The patch releases medication slowly over time, so it's crucial to maintain the seven-day schedule for optimal effectiveness.

Can you shower with SANCUSO patch?

Yes, you can shower with the SANCUSO patch. It's made to be water-resistant, so it should stay in place even when you're bathing or showering. Even so, try to avoid soaking in a hot tub or swimming for long periods as this could potentially affect the patch's adhesion to your skin.

What is the brand name for SANCUSO?

SANCUSO is actually the brand name for the medication. The generic name for SANCUSO is granisetron. This medication is available in a transdermal patch form, commonly referred to as the SANCUSO 3.1 mg 24hr patch.

When does SANCUSO start working?

SANCUSO starts working approximately 24 to 48 hours after application. It's designed to release granisetron slowly into your bloodstream over a seven-day period. It's recommended to apply the patch at least one day before chemotherapy treatment begins to ensure that the medication is working effectively when it's most needed.

How long does SANCUSO last?

The SANCUSO patch lasts for seven days. It continuously releases the medication granisetron during this period, providing a steady level of the drug in your bloodstream. After seven days, you should remove the old patch and apply a new one if your healthcare provider advises continuing the treatment.

Where can I buy SANCUSO patch?

You can purchase the SANCUSO patch from CanPharm, a trusted source for your medication needs. They offer a variety of medications, including the SANCUSO 3.1 mg 24hr patch, at competitive prices.

How much does the SANCUSO patch cost?

The cost of the SANCUSO patch can vary depending on your location and the pharmacy you choose. CanPharm offers competitive pricing for the SANCUSO patch, making it a cost-effective choice for many patients. It's always a good idea to compare prices and consider the convenience and reliability of the pharmacy when making your decision.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The above information is intended to increase awareness of health information and does not suggest treatment or diagnosis. This information is not a substitute for individual medical attention and should not be construed to indicate that use of the drug is safe, appropriate, or effective for you. See your health care professional for medical advice and treatment.