Teach Patients to Self-Inject Subcutaneous or IM Meds

Patients will need your help learning how to self-inject meds.

More injectable meds are designed to be given at home to improve adherence and convenience. Examples include CGRP antagonists (Ajovy, etc), Entyvio (vedolizumab), and Kesimpta (ofatumumab).

Share rules of thumb for giving subcutaneous or IM meds...and check med labels for nuances.

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