LEARN MORE ABOUT THE IMPACT CHRONIC Pa CAN HAVE ON YOUR LUNGS.

Pa is a potentially harmful bacteria that can be found in the lungs of nearly half of all people with CF.1,2 When people with CF are infected with Pa, it can cause symptoms that make it harder to breathe.3,4

FAST TREATMENT TIME AND FLEXIBLE DOSING

CAYSTON is an inhaled antibiotic that attacks Pa at the source. Nebulization time is typically 2-3 minutes,* 3 times a day for 28 days, at least 4 hours apart. To ensure that you get your complete dose of CAYSTON, make sure you are in an environment with a flat, stable surface and sitting in an upright position.

*The estimated nebulization time does not include the time for setting up, cleaning, and disinfecting your nebulizing equipment.

FAST NEBULIZATION AND FLEXIBLE DOSING

See how CAYSTON may fit into your daily schedule with our interactive dosing tool.

See how real people with CF fit CAYSTON into their schedules

Cayston offers support

From just learning about CAYSTON, all the way to connecting with the CF community while on treatment, CAYSTON offers support.