SPRITAM is manufactured with US-sourced levetiracetam by Aprecia Pharmaceuticals, LLC in Blue Ash, Ohio USA. The manufacturing facility is the first and only in the world to receive FDA authorization to produce a three-dimensionally printed pharmaceutical product for commercial sale in the United States.

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Your Experience Matters

Do you struggle to take or give medicine?

 

Many people may avoid their medicines because they find them difficult to take. Answering 3 quick questions may help you identify the challenges you or the person you care for are experiencing.

Let’s get started. I am a:

  • Patient
  • Caregiver of a child or adolescent
  • Caregiver of an adult or older patient

Do you get concerned at the thought of swallowing pills?

  • YES
  • NO

Do you sometimes avoid taking medicine because it’s hard to get down?

  • YES
  • NO

Do you hesitate to talk to your doctor about how difficult it is to take your medicines?

  • YES
  • NO

Did you answer yes to any of these questions? If so, you may want to talk to your healthcare provider about a different treatment option.

SPRITAM® (levetiracetam) Tablets for Oral Suspension is a rapidly disintegrating* formulation of levetiracetam for certain types of epilepsy that you may find surprisingly easy to take.

Find out why

*In an average time of 11 seconds (range of 2 to 27 seconds).

Summary of the challenges you identified:

Do you get concerned at the thought of swallowing pills?
Do you sometimes avoid taking medicine because it’s hard to get down?
Do you hesitate to talk to your doctor about how difficult it is to take your medicines?

If you answered yes to any of these questions or you have other concerns about swallowing medicine—

Talk to your healthcare
provider today

Do you get concerned when it’s medication time because your child finds their medicine difficult to take?

  • YES
  • NO

Does your child gag, cry, or resist when it’s time to take their medicine?

  • YES
  • NO

Does your child try to avoid medicines because of their taste?

  • YES
  • NO

Did you answer yes to any of these questions? If so, you may want to talk to your child’s healthcare provider about a different treatment option.

SPRITAM® (levetiracetam) Tablets for Oral Suspension is a rapidly disintegrating* formulation of levetiracetam for certain types of epilepsy that your child may find surprisingly easy to take.

Find out why

*In an average time of 11 seconds (range of 2 to 27 seconds).

Summary of the challenges you identified:

Do you get concerned when it’s medication time because your child finds their medicine difficult to take?
Does your child gag, cry, or resist when it’s time to take their medicine?
Does your child try to avoid medicines because of their taste?

If you answered yes to any of these questions or you have other concerns about administering medicine—

Talk to your child’s
healthcare provider

Do you struggle at medication time, even a little, because the person you care for finds their pills difficult to swallow?

  • YES
  • NO

Does the person you care for have trouble swallowing their medicines?

  • YES
  • NO

Do you find yourself bargaining with the person you care for to get them to take medicines that are difficult to take?

  • YES
  • NO

Did you answer yes to any of these questions? If so, you may want to talk to your loved one’s healthcare provider about a different treatment option.

SPRITAM® (levetiracetam) Tablets for Oral Suspension is a rapidly disintegrating* formulation of levetiracetam for certain types of epilepsy that your loved one may find surprisingly easy to take.

Find out why

*In an average time of 11 seconds (range of 2 to 27 seconds).

Summary of the challenges you identified:

Do you struggle at medication time, even a little, because the person you care for finds their pills difficult to swallow?
Does the person you care for have trouble swallowing their medicines?
Do you find yourself bargaining with the person you care for to get them to take medicines that are difficult to take?

If you answered yes to any of these questions or you have other concerns about swallowing medicine—

Talk to your loved one’s
healthcare provider