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ZARXIO may be administered by you, a caregiver, or a healthcare provider

ZARXIO injections can be given by a healthcare provider by subcutaneous (under the skin) injection or by intravenous (IV) infusion. Your healthcare provider may decide that subcutaneous injections can be given at home by you or your caregiver. If ZARXIO is given at home, see the detailed Instructions for Use that come with your prescription on how to prepare and inject a dose of ZARXIO.

Your healthcare provider will provide you with training on how to inject ZARXIO. They will explain what dose you should administer and how frequently it should be injected. You should not attempt to give yourself a subcutaneous injection until you have received the appropriate training from your healthcare provider.

[Watch the How to Administer ZARXIO video or read the ZARXIO Patient Brochure, which will reinforce the instructions you receive from your healthcare provider.]

How to Administer ZARXIO

How To Administer ZARXIO

[ZARXIO Patient Brochure]

Zarxio patient brochure

[ZARXIO Patient Brochure (Spanish)]

one source copay brochure spanish

Reference: ZARXIO Prescribing Information. Sandoz Inc. September 2022.