Click here for BeneFIX® (nonacog alfa) Prescribing Information. Adverse event reporting information can be found at the bottom of the page.
No two days are the same. No two patients are the same.
BeneFIX offers frequent, flexible dosing so your patients are covered for everyday life1,4,5
Shorter dose intervals or higher doses may be necessary to deliver adequate coverage based on patient’s bleeding phenotype, levels of physical activity, and preference regarding convenience and adherence1–3
BeneFIX comes in a range of vial sizes, so you can individualise factor IX coverage for your patients1
BeneFIX can be given as on-demand treatment or as prophylaxis1
BeneFIX offers patients storage flexibility through room temperature storage (<30ºC)1
So your patients are covered for everyday life1,4,5
What is medicines optimisation and what are the benefits?
Medicines optimisation is a patient focused approach which aims to improve the outcome for patient treatment, by making sure that medicines are being used safely and in the most effective way possible.6,7 It also allows the NHS to make sure that medicines being used are both clinically and cost effective.6
BeneFIX is competitively priced and delivers value both financially and for patients, allowing for optimisation of NHS resources.
The quality of life for patients with haemophilia can be greatly improved through reduced bleeds and by aiming to keep baseline factor level above 5% which reduces the chance of spontaneous bleeding.8
How can BeneFIX allow for improved medicines optimisation?
How medicines optimisation with BeneFIX can improve a patient's lifestyle? 2,9
Speak to a member of the Pfizer haemophilia team.
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