Considering or preparing to start Hizentra?

If you don’t yet have a prescription for Hizentra, you should first talk to your doctor to make sure that Hizentra is right for you.

Download Hizentra Brochure

Learn about Hizentra for PI or Hizentra for CIDP: How it differs from IVIg, and how you can get started

Once you have taken that first important step, follow this simple checklist:


Make sure you are covered financially


Receive your infusion equipment

  • Your nurse or specialty pharmacy will provide the necessary equipment to infuse Hizentra. Supplies include but are not limited to: an infusion pump, syringe and needle, plastic tubing, container for syringe disposal, sterile gauze pads, and alcohol pads
  • When you sign up for Premier StartSM, you may be able to receive a 1-month supply of Hizentra and infusion equipment at no cost to you, plus free at-home visits by a trained nurse to help you learn to infuse
See what Premier Start has to offer
CSL Behring Premier Start

Attend training for self-administration

  • Your doctor or nurse will teach you how to infuse Hizentra over the course of several weeks. Make sure you're comfortable with the process before doing your own infusions
Learn how to self-infuse
Hizentra self administration materials

Review all necessary materials from your Welcome Kit before infusing

  • Infusion Guide
  • Infusion Mat
  • FAQs for Hizentra
  • My Hizentra Therapy Journal
  • MyHizentra Infusion Manager App Brochure
  • Travel Tips and Card
  • Starter Kit BRC
  • CSL Behring Assurance Brochure
  • Prescribing Information, including Patient Product Information
Order your Welcome Kit
Hizentra Patient Welcome Kit
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