Condition: Chemotherapy Induced Nausea and Vomiting

Chemotherapy Induced Nausea and Vomiting Treatment

Serotonin receptor antagonists (e.g. ondansetron, granisetron, palonosetron) form the basis of treatment for CINV. Dexamethasone and aprepitant are other effective anti-sickness medications for CINV. Other classes of anti-sickness medications are commonly used in combination with the above drugs.

Medicinal cannabis can be considered when first line therapies have not achieved adequate symptom control.

Arrange an Appointment

If you are a patient or carer seeking an appointment to discuss treatment with medical cannabis, you can complete this form and we can assist you with this.

Eligible patients can provide us with their healthcare records or we can obtain these through your GP. This is to confirm that a patient’s condition has been fully assessed and all other treatment options have been attempted. We will ensure that the primary care provider receives all treatment communication to maintain the highest level of clinical governance.

We also accept referrals from healthcare professionals.

To refer a patient to us, please click here to fill and securely submit a referral form.

Pricing

Sapphire Access Scheme

Initial
Consultation

£ 50

Follow-up
Consultation

£ 50

Quarterly
Check-up

£ 50

Average Cost of Treatment

To help patients understand the likely cost of treatment, we have outlined the average cost to a patient with chronic pain. Cost of medication varies on an individual patient bases.

£135/month*

Inclusive Of Appointments And Medicine

£4.43/day*

Inclusive Of Appointments And Medicine
No repeat prescription fee

Average cost to a patient with chronic pain using dried cannabis flower

£127/month*

Inclusive Of Appointments And Medicine

£4.18/day*

Inclusive Of Appointments And Medicine
No repeat prescription fee
For more details including some exceptions, see full price list: