Information on how to access Enbrel® (etanercept) prescribing information and adverse event reporting can be found at the bottom of the page.
As part of Pfizer’s commitment to meeting your patients’ needs, the sleeve has been designed for patients with poor dexterity or who are not confident about injecting, and is for use with the Enbrel (etanercept) MyClic pre-filled pens (25 mg and 50 mg).
A single page PDF with these steps can be downloaded by clicking the link below
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If you think that your patient could benefit from a little extra support, order a sleeve free of charge by clicking the 'Order Now' button below. (This item is not available on NHS and is not included in the NHSBSA Drug Tariff for reimbursement, so please do not attempt to order by NHS prescription).
The order button will open a new browser window where you will be taken to Medisa (a third party website used by pharmaceutical companies to provide healthcare professionals with items such as patient support materials) to complete your request. Medisa will require you to register if you haven't used it before as it needs to validate that you're a healthcare professional via your professional registration number. Once registered you can arrange for materials to be delivered to you.
If you use a Homecare provider to deliver Enbrel MyClic, please contact them directly and they can arrange for a Sleeve to be delivered to your patient(s) with their next home delivery.
Learn more about the dosing and administration of Enbrel, across indications.
A range of patient materials are available for your Enbrel patients
For Enbrel (etanercept) prescribing information, click here
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