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If your doctor has prescribed CINQAIR® for you, here are some things you can do to prepare for your treatment appointment.

Preparing for Your Infusion

  • Your doctor’s office
  • An infusion clinic
  • A hospital outpatient facility

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Before Your Infusion

  • Confirm the time and place for your appointment with your doctor’s office or treatment location.
  • Check with your doctor to see if it is okay to eat before your appointment.
  • Drink plenty of water ahead of time to be sure you’re hydrated.

What to Bring

Here are a few things to keep in mind as you prepare for your treatment.

  • Wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothes.
  • Bring a list of medications you are taking.
  • Avoid perfumes and fragrances—others may be allergic.
  • Bring a sweater or blanket—it may be cool inside.
  • Have emergency contact information available.
  • Take along a tablet computer, a book, or magazine.
  • Bring some music and headphones.

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During Your Infusion

Each infusion lasts about 20 to 50 minutes. A healthcare professional will always be there to:


Check your weight

on the day of your infusion to make sure the dose of CINQAIR® is personalized for you.


Record your vital signs

and make sure you’re comfortable.


Routinely monitor you

during the infusion and for an appropriate time afterwards for any signs of an allergic reaction.

If you experience any reaction, contact your healthcare provider right away. Allergic reactions, including serious allergic reactions known as anaphylaxis, can happen anytime, including right after you receive your CINQAIR® infusion. These reactions can cause a life-threatening emergency.

After Your Infusion

You should be able to resume your normal schedule.

  • Schedule your infusion treatments for every 4 weeks!
  • It’s important to stick with the treatment plan your doctor has prescribed, even if you are feeling better.

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