Trade name : Rapact
Active component : Everolimus
Strength : 5mg
Manufactured by : Natco Pharma
Pack : 10 tablets in a strip


Rapact 5mg is belongs to class of anti-cancer drugs.
Rapact 5mg contains of an active compound known as Everolimus which is interfere with development of cancer cell and process is slows down. Rapact 5mg tablets is not a curable medication, which is helps to slow their spreading into the body.


The drug Rapact 5mg is mainly used for the treatment of following disease
• kidney carcinoma
• Breast carcinoma
• Brain carcinoma
Rapact 5mg is also used to treat in various advanced stage cancer in stomach, intestines or pancreas.


Everolimus is a prohibitor of mTOR, links at peak compatibility to FK506 binding protein 12, through producing drug complex which prevents the productive of mTOR. This inhibition reduces the activity of effectors downstream, which may lead to stoppage of cell progression from G1 into S phase, finally causes cell growth arrest and apoptosis.Rapactalso prohibits the expression of hypoxia-inducible factor, causing to a reduces in the expression of vascular endothelial growth factor. The results of everolimus prevention of mTOR is a reduction in cell multiplication, angiogenesis, and glucose uptake.


The time to peak plasma concentration of Rapact 5mg occurs between 1 to 2 hours.
The drug Rapact 5mg has Albumin human plasma protein bound of 74%.
In hepatic Rapact 5mg metabolism is take place, which is a substrate of CYP3A4.
The Rapact 5mg metabolism will occur through 3 processes;
• Three monohydroxylated metabolite,
• Two hydrolytic rings opened products,
• Phosphatidylcholine conjugate of Everolimus.

The drug excretion primarily through 5% in urine; the parent compound has been detected in urine or feces.
The drug half-life period is 30 hours


Rapact 5mg tablets should be given with or without food.
Dosage regimen of Rapact:
In breast cancer, renal cell cancer, pancreatic cancer, Neuro endocrine cancer:
The prescribed dosage is 10mg should be taken as a single dose.
In Brain or intracranial cancer:
The prescribed dosage of Rapact as a single dose. is 4.5mg/m2 given orally
In pediatric:
The pediatric dosage of Rapact as a single dose in brain or intracranial tumor is 4.5mg/m2 should be given orally.


Embryo fetal toxicity:
using Rapact 5mg in pregnancy condition Causes fetal damage
Developed hazard of skin cancers, patient may protect from UV light
Serious infections:
Patients getting Rapact 5mg have severe risk of achieve various infections related to bacteria, virus, and fungi.
Hepatic artery thrombosis:
Rapact 5mg therapy should not be recommended in in liver transplant patients.
Hereditary disorders:
while using Rapact the conditions occurs like galactose intolerance, glucose-galactose malabsorption, Rapact 5mg should not be used may results in diarrhea & malabsorption.
Grape juice interaction:
avoid these concomitant uses with grape juice Causes increasing blood levels of Everolimus Nephrotoxicity: While using Rapact 5mg in renal impaired patients’ Renal function should be monitored frequently; drug use with caution
While patients receiving concomitantly Rapact 5mg with Angiotensin converting enzyme agents will cause angioedema Interstitial lung disease: In Rapact 5mg therapy interstitial lung disease occur
Blood glucose level should be monitored

Drug – Drug interaction

Interaction of Rapact 5mg with strong inhibitor of CYP3A4, or P-gp, cause reducing the efflux of Everolimus and high plasma concentration of Everolimus.
Concomitant use of Rapact 5mg with strong CYP3A4 inducers, will increasing the disclosure of Everolimus.
Interaction of Rapact 5mg with cyclosporine will increasing the AUC level of Everolimus frequently.
Interaction of ketoconazole with Rapact 5mg tablet or other CYP3A4 inhibitors will increasing the plasma concentration and AUC of Everolimus.
Combination of Rapact 5mg with verapamil leads to increasing the plasma concentration of Everolimus.
Interaction of Rapact 5mg with Atorvastatin or pravastatin leads to rhabdomyolysis, due to increasing concentration of lipid lowering agents.
When Rapact 5mg combination with rifampicin will reduces the AUC of Everolimus


The over dosage of Everolimus is limited, if over dosage occurs patient must be provide with supportive measures. And monitor evidence of toxicity in Everolimus over dosage


If the patients missed dose, patients must consult with medical practitioner and follow the instructions given by them. Or missed dose should be avoid and follow the regular dosing schedule.


• Nephrotoxicity
• Thrombocytopenia
• Hypersensitivity reactions
• Hyperlipemia
• Angioedema
• Lymphomas & other malignancy
• Male infertility
• Proteinuria
• New commencement of diabetes
• Serious infections
• Kidney graft thrombosis
• Hepatic artery thrombosis
• Interstitial lung disease.

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