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Access by Province

Choose a province to see which medicines are available in your region
Disease Modifying Drug
Kalydeco G511D
Orkambi
Symptoms Management
PULMOZYME (Dornase Alfa)
Hypertonic Saline
Ibuprofen
CREON
COTAZYM
FLOVENT
Symbicort
Pulmicort
ADVAIR
Salbutamol (MDI or Nebules)
Infection Control
CAYSTON
Zithromax (Azithromycin)
COLY-MYCIN
TOBI Podhaler
TOBI Inhaled Tobramycin 300mg
Tobi Tobramycin/Injectable Tobramycin (used for inhalation)
Ciprofloxacin
Supplements
VITAMIN K
Vitamin K1 10mg/mL injection
Vitamin D
MVW CF vitamins
Not Covered
CF Drug Program
Special Authorization/Exceptional Access Program
Open Benefit Plans/Regular Plans
Disease Modifying Drug

Kalydeco G511D

(ivacaftor) a pill for people ages 6 and older who have the G551D mutation of CF which helps the defective CFTR protein work at the surface of the cell

Symptoms Management

PULMOZYME (Dornase Alfa)

(dornase alfa) is an inhaled medication used to help thin the mucus

Hypertonic Saline

(hypertonic saline) to draw more water into the airways and make it easier to cough out the mucus.

Ibuprofen

anti-inflammatory to slow the rate of lung function decline

CREON

pancreatic enzymes to help people with CF digest their food

COTAZYM

pancreatic enzymes to help people with CF digest their food

FLOVENT

inhaled steroid treatment Open benefit

ADVAIR

inhaled steroid treatment for asthma

Salbutamol (MDI or Nebules)

bronchodilator Open benefit

Infection Control

CAYSTON

(aztreonam) inhaled antibiotic for the treatment of CF

Zithromax (Azithromycin)

(azithromycin) is a commonly used antibiotic to treat pneumonia

COLY-MYCIN

antibiotic

TOBI Podhaler

(tobramycin) inhaled antibiotic with Podhaler device to help fight the germ Pseudomonas aeruginosa 

TOBI Inhaled Tobramycin 300mg

(tobramycin) inhaled antibiotic to help fight the germ Pseudomonas aeruginosa 

Tobi Tobramycin/Injectable Tobramycin (used for inhalation)

antibiotic

Supplements


This chart contains information from publically accessible online provincial formularies. Some medication may not be listed on the formulary but may still be eligible for reimbursement through the CF clinic, while others may have co-pay or deductible restrictions. Please contact your CF team for further information on CF medicines and reimbursement criteria. The following information on the chart was last updated as of January 2018.