Xolaire

Were you looking for information about Xolair? Xolaire is a common misspelling of Xolair.
 
Xolair® (omalizumab), a prescription medication, is used for preventing asthma attacks in people with allergic asthma. It is generally given to people whose condition has not responded to inhaled corticosteroids. Xolair comes in injectable form and is administered every two to four weeks by your healthcare provider. Potential side effects of the drug include injection site reactions, body pain, and joint pain.
 
Xolair is also approved for treating chronic hives of unknown cause. For this use, it is injected once every four weeks. 
 
(Click Xolair to learn more about the effects of Xolair, additional side effects that may occur, and what you should be aware of before starting treatment.)
 
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