Can baricitinib be used in combination with other biologics, JAK inhibitors, or immunosuppressants?
Mount Sinai Ichan School of Medicine
New York, NY
It really should not. And so if you look at the label and the data for that matter, it's quite clear that you really should not use other immunosuppressants while using baricitinib for alopecia areata.
In the video, Dr. Michael Cameron addresses the question of whether baricitinib can be used in combination with other biologics, JAK inhibitors, or immunosuppressants for the treatment of alopecia areata. According to Dr. Cameron, it is not recommended to use other immunosuppressants alongside baricitinib for alopecia areata. The label and data for baricitinib indicate that it should be used as a standalone treatment and should not be combined with other immunosuppressant medications.
- Baricitinib should not be used in combination with other immunosuppressants for alopecia areata.
- The label and data clearly indicate that using baricitinib alongside other immunosuppressants is not recommended.
- The video emphasizes the importance of avoiding the simultaneous use of other immunosuppressants with baricitinib for this condition.