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Reyvow ® (lasmiditan) tablets CV50 mg, 100 mg
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How is Reyvow® (lasmiditan) absorbed and distributed?
Reyvow (lasmiditan) is rapidly absorbed after oral administration. In patients with migraine, absorption or pharmacokinetics of lasmiditan was similar during a migraine attack or during the interictal period.
Following oral administration, lasmiditan is rapidly absorbed with a median Tmax of 1.8 hours.1
In patients with migraine, the absorption or pharmacokinetics of lasmiditan was not different during a migraine attack versus during the interictal period.1
The oral bioavailability over the clinical dose range of 50 mg to 200 mg is predicted to be 50% to 58%, based on the results from a population pharmacokinetics analysis.2
Effect of Food on Absorption
Lasmiditan may be taken with or without food as administration with meals was not associated with a clinically relevant effect on exposure to lasmiditan.1
Coadministration of lasmiditan with a high-fat meal
- increased mean lasmiditan Cmax and AUC values by 22% and 19%, respectively, and
- delayed the median Tmax by 1 hour.1
The human plasma protein binding of lasmiditan is
- approximately 55% to 60%, and
- independent of concentration between 15 and 500 ng/mL.1
Enclosed Prescribing Information
1Reyvow [package insert]. Indianapolis, IN: Eli Lilly and Company; 2021.
2Data on file, Eli Lilly and Company and/or one of its subsidiaries.
AUC = area under the curve
Cmax = maximum observed drug concentration
Tmax = time of maximum observed drug concentration
Date of Last Review: August 10, 2021