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What is DaciHep?

DaciHep is Daclatasvir (Generic version of Daklinza 60/30 mg) which is a drug used as part of antiviral therapy against chronic hepatitis C virus, DaciHep (Daclatasvir) is an HCV polymerase inhibitor. These drugs prevent the polymerase enzyme from working. This makes it harder for the virus to multiply. DaciHep (Daclatasvir) must be used in combination with other HCV medications. The combination of medications depends on the strain or Genotype of HCV. DaciHep (Daclatasvir) should not be used alone, DaciHep is the first Indian Generic version of Daclatasvir Globally available as Daklinza-by BMS.
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DaciHep (Daclatasvir) is approved in India Since December 2015. Globally DaciHep (Daclatasvir) was approved in 2014 as a direct antiviral drug for people infected with HCV. DaciHep (Daclatasvir) has not been studied in people under the age of 18.
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DaciHep (Daclatasvir) is taken by mouth as one 60 milligrams (mg) tablet once day, with or without food. Daclatasvir is taken with other medications depending on the HCV genotype:
  • Patients with HCV genotype 1 or 4 take DaciHep (Daclatasvir)with RBV and Peg IFN for 12 weeks.
  • Patients with HCV genotype 2 take DaciHep (Daclatasvir) with RBV for 12 weeks (without interferon).
  • Patients with HCV genotype 3 take DaciHep (Daclatasvir with RBV for 24 weeks (without interferon).
  • Interferon is injected under the skin, and ribavirin is taken by mouth.
  • DaciHep / Daclatasvir

    The most common side effects of DaciHep (Daclatasvir) are taken with RBV are tiredness (fatigue) and headache.
    When taken with RBV the most common side effects are tiredness, headache, nausea, difficulty sleeping and low red blood cell counts These are not the only possible side effects of HCV treatment. Tell your healthcare provider if you have any side effect that bothers you or that does not go away. Because DaciHep (Daclatasvir) is sometimes taken in combination with ribavirin, which can cause serious birth defects, do not take DaciHep (Daclatasvir) if you or your sexual partner is pregnant or want to become pregnant. Do not become pregnant for 6 months after you or your partner stop taking DaciHep (Daclatasvir). See for more information on the side effects of RBV. Be sure to tell your health care provider about any side effects that you are having.

    Some new copies of HCV carry mutations, meaning they are slightly different from the original virus. Some mutated virus can keep multiplying even when you are taking anti-HCV medications. When this happens, the drug will stop working. This is called "developing resistance" to the drug.
    Resistance can develop quickly. It is very important to take antiviral medications according to instructions, on schedule, and not to skip or reduce doses.
    Resistance to other HCV drugs does not mean that the virus is resistant to DaciHep (Daclatasvir).