Coming Back to CAYSTON® | CAYSTON® (aztreonam for inhalation solution)

It’s good to be back

It can be difficult to manage life between cystic fibrosis (CF) and the treatments that come with it, so in reality, breaks do happen. Talk to your doctor about the best way to quickly get back on track managing your Pseudomonas aeruginosa (Pa)—and how to keep it up.

Chris, treated with CAYSTON

Revisiting [treatment] options never hurts. It results in a personal treatment regimen that is responsive to my current health needs.”

Read how Chris manages his treatment options.

How to come back to CAYSTON

  1. Talk to your doctor

    Working with your doctor is the best way to stay on track and keep up with your treatment goals.

    Coming Back Guide

    Use this guide to talk to your doctor about coming back to CAYSTON.

  2. Remember: Feeling better ≠ doing better

    Feeling better does not always mean your health is better. Other CF treatments can improve symptoms, but Pa can live deep in the lungs, so it's important to stay on your inhaled antibiotic treatment. Learn more about Pa.

  3. Understand why

    Pa can cause long-term symptoms when left untreated, so it’s important to recognize the need to come back to CAYSTON and follow the dosing regimen.

  4. Seek support

    There are others like you living with CF and Pa who have learned a lot from their experiences. You can too.

    My Cayston CommunityTM is an online resource created for the CAYSTON community, by the CAYSTON community. Read and watch personal stories to see how their words can keep you going.

    Remember: Your treatment management is unique to you. CAYSTON will be here when you need it.

    Hear Chelsea and Robin's experiences
    with coming back to CAYSTON

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