Flexibility for Your Patients With PI

Hizentra allows flexible dosing—daily up to every 2 weeks

Self-administration with Hizentra gives you and your
PI patients the freedom to choose:

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How often your patients infuse

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How long the self-infusions take

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How much medicine is given per infusion

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How many infusion sites your patients use

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Simple, convenient, and ready to use

  • Elimination of vial transfer may reduce steps and effort, depending on dose
  • Transferred to a pump syringe using a syringe-to-syringe transfer device

Hear a clinician’s perspective on prefilled syringes

Dr. Beth Younger, M.A., Ph.D., discusses using prefilled syringes in her practice, and describes her patients' experiences with this innovation in Ig.

Hizentra is available in a range of vial and prefilled syringe sizes for your patients

  • 5, 10, 20, and 50 mL vials
  • 5, 10, and 20 mL prefilled syringes
Vials and Prefilled Syringe sizes

Select a patient below to learn how Hizentra meets the needs of a wide range of treatment challenges over IVIg

Clinical Challenges

Hizentra Patient: Marie

Has venous access issues

Marie 55 years old | 146 lb (66 kg)*

Why Hizentra?

  • Subcutaneous self-administration means no more difficulties finding a vein, or needing a port

Dose: 16 g/80 mL, once every 2 weeks

Infusion sites: 4

Time per infusion: ~48 minutes

Once every two weeks infusion schedule chart
Hizentra Patient: Ian

Experiences IVIg-related adverse reactions

Ian 46 years old | 200 lb (91 kg)*

Why Hizentra?

  • Subcutaneous infusions offer the option of lower infusion volume and more frequent infusions

Weekly dose: 14 g/70 mL, once a week

Infusion sites: 3

Time per infusion: ~1 hour

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Lifestyle Burdens

Hizentra Patient: Sara

Wants more freedom and flexibility

Sara 33 years old | 165 (74 kg)*

Why Hizentra?

  • Flexible dosing and a personalized self-infusion schedule better fit the needs of her busy life
  • Prefilled syringes may simplify infusions, removing the need to draw from a vial

Weekly dose: 10 g/50 mL, every 10 days

Infusion sites: 2

Time per infusion: ~1 hour

Flexible bi-weekly infusion schedule chart
Hizentra Patient: Anthony

Finds IVIg infusions inconvenient

Anthony 20 years old | 180 lb (82 kg)*

Why Hizentra?

  • Infusing at home means no more trips to the infusion clinic and not missing school or activities each month
  • Prefilled syringes make the self-infusion process more convenient

Weekly dose: 6 g/32 mL, twice a week

Infusion sites: 2

Time per infusion: ~38 minutes

Flexible infusion schedule chart
*Rate of infusion and number of infusion sites in these hypothetical case studies are based on recommended rate and volume per site of subsequent infusions. Photos do not depict actual patients.

Clinical perspectives:
discussion of IVIg & SCIg

Carla Duff, ARNP, discusses the differences between each route of administration and how these differences are integral in customizing therapy for each patient's needs.

Discuss administration options
with your patients

Sharing this short, educational video with your patients may be helpful when explaining the differences between IVIg and SCIg, and deciding which method fits their individual needs.

Frequently asked questions about Hizentra for PI

Want to know more about Hizentra? We have the answers to prescribers' frequently asked questions.

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Hizentra dosing and administration for PI

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