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It’s based on your needs.

So you and your doctor can create a treatment plan based on your administration preferences.

How would you tailor your PI treatment with CUVITRU?

Time icon depicting faster infusion with CUVITRU®.

Faster infusions1

In the study,* once-weekly infusions took just under an hour.

Needlestick icon depicting that fewer needles are needed with CUVITRU®.

Fewer needlesticks1

In the study,* most (84.9%) used 1 to 2 needlesticks.

Calendar icon depicting the flexible infusion frequency options with CUVITRU®.

Flexible schedule1

CUVITRU can be infused at the fastest rates of any subQ (up to 60mL/hr/site as tolerated). With the fastest rates of any SCIG, CUVITRU makes treatment every 1 to 2 weeks a reality even for patients with the highest volumes.

*The average infusion time was 0.95 (range 0.2-6.4 hours).

CUVITRU was studied in 77 people with primary immunodeficiency (PI) ≥2 years of age, with the main goal of measuring how many acute serious bacterial infections (ASBIs) were experienced over the course of 1 year. ASBIs are short-term but serious infections that require immediate medical care.

You'll infuse your first 2 infusions at 10 to 20 mL/hr/site. After that, you'll be able to increase your rate, as tolerated. You’ll infuse your first 2 infusions at 10 to 20 mL/hr/site. After that, you'll be able to increase your rate, as tolerated. Infuse at up to 4 sites simultaneously.

What else should you know about CUVITRU?

It's important to understand that CUVITRU is not right for everyone. It can cause severe allergic reactions, skin rashes and other side effects. Talk to your doctor about any concerns you may have before starting CUVITRU or at any time during your treatment with CUVITRU.

You and your doctor will choose the CUVITRU treatment plan that’s best for you. Together, you can choose:

  1. How many infusion sites
  2. How much CUVITRU to infuse at each site
  3. How fast to infuse it
  4. How often to infuse
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If you’d like help making sure you’re having a helpful conversation with your doctor, fill out our discussion guide and take it to your appointment with you.

Home icon depicting that CUVITRU® infusions can be administered at home.

Your healthcare team will teach you how to administer CUVITRU step-by-step, so you can infuse at home.1

CUVITRU® dose vials lined up in ascending order.
Active CUVITRU® patients: Julie riding a bike and Walter playing hockey.

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  1. CUVITRU [Prescribing Information]. Lexington, MA: Baxalta US Inc.