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moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis patient

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Prefilled syringe

Taken once a week at home

Administered with a push of a plunger

For people who prefer to self-inject

The prefilled syringe is an injection you give yourself after training with your doctor.

It is approved to be used by adults with moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis (RA), active psoriatic arthritis (PsA), or children 2 years or older with moderate to severe polyarticular juvenile idiopathic arthritis (pJIA).

How to use the prefilled syringe

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How to use the prefilled syringe for your child with pJIA

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ClickJectTM Autoinjector

Taken once a week at home

Administered with a click of a button

For people who prefer added security during self-injection

How to use the ClickJect™ Autoinjector

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The ClickJect™ Autoinjector is an injection that you give yourself after training with your doctor. It was designed with you in mind:

  • Non-slip grip to provide security during your injection
  • Lightweight design to make it easy to use
  • Large viewing window to confirm you’ve injected the full dose

It is only approved for use in adults with moderate to severe RA or active PsA. pJIA patients may self-inject with ORENCIA or the patient’s caregiver may administer ORENCIA if both the healthcare practitioner and the parent/legal guardian determines it is appropriate. The ability of pediatric patients to self-inject with the autoinjector has not been tested.

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IV infusion

Given once a month

Administered by a professional

For people who prefer not to self-inject

What to expect from your IV infusion

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The ORENCIA IV infusion is placed in your arm by a healthcare professional. Each infusion takes about 30 minutes, though actual time in the clinic will be longer.*

It is approved to be used by adults with moderate to severe RA, active PsA, or children 6 years or older with pJIA.

*The initial infusion schedule includes treatment at Days 1, 15, 29, and every 4 weeks thereafter.

Track every dose you take in your treatment journal