CIDP therapy that fits your life

Convenient dosing lets you plan treatment around your life, instead of planning your life around treatment.

Self-infusion of Hizentra made easy:

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Adjustable dosing to meet your needs

Hizentra offers adjustable dosing, so be sure to frequently update your doctor about how you're feeling so your doctor can personalize your treatment and identify the dose that works best for you.

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EAN/PNS* medical guideline recommends adjusting subcutaneous immunoglobulin (SCIg) dose according to individual treatment response

* The European Academy of Neurology (EAN) and Peripheral Nerve Society (PNS) are two independent, international organizations of scientists, physicians, and other healthcare providers working together to investigate and treat neurological conditions and promote excellence leading to better care and outcomes.

You and your neurologist can create your Hizentra dosing schedule based on:

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Your routine

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How long infusions

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How much medicine per

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How many infusion

Convenient weekly dosing

Infusions with Hizentra usually take about 1–2 hours per week.

Not just simple. Hizentra PFS simple.

Hizentra Prefilled Syringes (PFS) give you proven protection with a first and only for Ig

Simple, convenient, and ready to use

  • Simplifies infusion preparation vs vials
  • Wide range of sizes for your individual needs
  • Select sizes are directly compatible with common infusion pumps
    • All sizes can be transferred to a pump syringe using a syringe-to-syringe transfer device

Available in 1 g, 2 g, 4 g, and
10 g—the largest size ever for Ig

Insights from a CSL-sponsored Harris Poll survey Satisfaction with prefilled syringes was high

At least 91% were very/somewhat satisfied with the ability to personalize treatment, overall confidence, overall ease of administration, and/or the ability to fit treatment into their lifestyle
  • Ability to personalize treatment
  • Overall convenience
  • Overall ease of administration
  • Ability to fit treatment into their lifestyle

In an online survey, at least 48 of 53 people with CIDP who self-infused Ig in prefilled syringes were very/somewhat satisfied on all measures mentioned.

See how Ig infusions can be simpler and more convenient

View instructions and videos about self‑administering Hizentra 

Choose a patient to see how Hizentra
self-infusions help answer their CIDP treatment burdens

Clinical Challenges

Primary Immunodeficiency Patient - James

Experienced IV-related systemic side effects

James 45 years old | 210 lb (95 kg)

Primary Immunodeficiency Patient - Alice

Suffered through difficulty finding a vein

Alice 80 years old | 165 lb (75 kg)

Lifestyle Burdens

Primary Immunodeficiency Patient - Miguel

Found frequent IV infusions to be inconvenient

Miguel 55 years old | 176 lb (80 kg)

Primary Immunodeficiency Patient - Allison

Wanted flexibility, freedom, and control

Allison 40 years old | 154 lb (70 kg)

James is a software developer with a wife and teenage daughter. After hearing about the multiple systemic side effects (like headache and nausea) James experienced after every IVIg infusion and how they affected his work and family life, his doctor decided to put James on Hizentra. He finds time every weekend to relax at home and infuse his Hizentra.

Flexible infusion schedule chart

Dose: 19 g/95 mL

Rate of infusion: 40 mL/hr/site

Infusion sites: 2

Time per infusion: ~1 hour and 10 minutes

Based on a dose of 0.2 g/kg.

Flexible infusion schedule chart

Alice is a retired engineer who leads a quiet and relaxed life. She was tired of nurses not finding her veins and didn't want a port put in, so she talked to her doctor and started Hizentra. She now infuses at home once a week with the assistance of her caregiver.

Flexible weekday infusion schedule chart

Dose: 15 g/75 mL

Rate of infusion: 30 mL/hr/site

Infusion sites: 2

Time per infusion: ~1 hour 15 minutes

Based on a weekly dose of 0.2 g/kg.

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Miguel is an artist and part-time teacher who required frequent IV infusions to manage his disease. His frequent trips to the IV clinic were also a hassle. So he asked his doctor about Hizentra. They decided self-infusing at home on his own schedule was right for him. More frequent infusions mean less volume per infusion, letting him infuse in just about an hour. After discussing with his doctor, Miguel prefers prefilled syringes because he has difficulty drawing from vials.

Twice weekly flexible infusion schedule chart

Dose: 32 g/160 mL (2 sessions over 2 days)

Rate of infusion: 40 mL/hr/site

Infusion sites: 2

Time per infusion: ~1 hour

Based on a weekly dose of 0.4 g/kg.

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Allison is a working mother with 3 young children. After talking with her doctor, she chose Hizentra so she could fit her infusions around her busy work and home schedule. Allison asked her doctor about appropriate places to infuse, and now she can decide where and when she self-infuses with ready-to-use prefilled syringes. She needs a dosing schedule that won't get in the way of work and taking care of her kids.

Once weekly flexible infusion schedule chart

Dose: 28 g/140 mL

Rate of Infusion: 45 mL/hr/site

Infusion sites: 3

Time per infusion: ~1 hour

Based on a weekly dose of 0.4 g/kg.

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Hypothetical case studies use recommended dose and labeled initial rate and volume per site, as well as maximum number of infusion sites. Photos do not depict actual patients.

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To connect with a patient advocate§ who can answer your non-medical questions about living with CIDP, call Hizentra ConnectSM at 1-877-355-4447 Mon–Fri, 8 AM–8 PM ET

§Patient advocates are not healthcare professionals or medical experts. For medical questions, please contact your physician. Patient advocates are compensated by CSL Behring LLC. for their time and/or expenses.

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