ACTEMRA PRESCRIBING INFORMATION PDF

Email a pharmacist or nurse by filling out this form. ACTEMRA is indicated for the treatment of active polyarticular juvenile idiopathic arthritis in patients 2 years of age and older. ACTEMRA is indicated for the treatment of active systemic juvenile idiopathic arthritis in patients 2 years of age and older. Reported infections include: Active tuberculosis, which may present with pulmonary or extrapulmonary disease.

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Please follow the directions below. Do not use it if the expiration date has passed because it may not be safe to use. It should be clear and colorless to pale yellow. Blood test. Reviewing safety. Choose a different injection site for each new injection at least 1 inch from the last area injected. Prepare injection site: To reduce the chance of your child getting an infection, wipe the injection site with an alcohol pad in a circular motion Let injection site air-dry Do not touch the injection site again before giving the injection Provide distraction.

Distract your child with a favorite game or song to help reduce pain and keep your child calm. Allergic reactions may happen even if they have not happened before. Please seek immediate medical attention if your child starts to experience any serious allergic reaction, including: Shortness of breath or trouble breathing Swelling of lips, tongue, or face Chest pain Moderate or severe stomach pain or vomiting Please refer to the Instructions for Use for more information.

IV Administration Before the infusion appointment Make infusions less stressful for your child. Because ACTEMRA is given over the course of an hour, here are some tips to make the infusion appointment more comfortable for you and your child.

These events may happen at any infusion, even if they have not happened before. After the infusion appointment Monitoring. Pay attention to how your child is feeling during and after every infusion. A trained doctor will perform blood tests to review these levels. You should also schedule an appointment 4 to 8 weeks after starting treatment to check their cholesterol levels.

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In the 6-month control period, in SC-I, the frequency of injection-site reactions was In SC-II, the frequency of injection-site reactions was 7. These injection-site reactions were mild to moderate in severity. The majority resolved without any treatment and none necessitated drug discontinuation. Infections The rate of infections was

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In the 6-month control period, in SC-I, the frequency of injection-site reactions was In SC-II, the frequency of injection-site reactions was 7. These injection-site reactions were mild to moderate in severity. The majority resolved without any treatment and none necessitated drug discontinuation. Infections The rate of infections was

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