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DosingPlaque psoriasis

Patients treated with Enbrel should be given the Patient Card.

The recommended dose of Enbrel for adult patients with plaque PsO is:1​​​​​​​

  • 25 mg twice weekly, or
  • 50 mg once weekly, or
  • 50 mg twice weekly for up to 12 weeks followed, if necessary, by:1
    • 25 mg twice weekly, or
    • 50 mg once weekly

Treatment with Enbrel should continue until remission is achieved, for up to 24 weeks.
Continuous therapy beyond 24 weeks may be appropriate for some adult PsO patients.1

Treatment should be discontinued in PsO patients who show no response after 12 weeks. If re-treatment with Enbrel is indicated, the same guidance on treatment duration should be followed. The dose should be 25 mg twice weekly or 50 mg once weekly.1

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