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IV dosing

Dosing with INFLECTRA® (CT-P13*/infliximab) is individualised based on each adult or paediatric patient’s weight.1

  • Dose escalation or shortened dosing intervals may help regain or maintain clinical response in some patients with rheumatoid arthritis1

Please refer to the INFLECTRA® Summary of Product Characteristics for specific dosing recommendations

TitleINFLECTRA® is dosed identically to Remicade™†1,2

For full dosing information, access the INFLECTRA® Summary of Product Characteristics

CT-P13 is marketed under different brand names including INFLECTRA® and REMSIMA™.Remicade™ is a registered trademark of MSD.INFLECTRA® maintenance infusions are initiated on Dose 3 in patients with moderately to severely active Crohn’s disease. For all other indications, maintenance infusions are initiated on Dose 4.1INFLECTRA® maintenance infusions are given every 6-8 weeks in patients with ankylosing spondylitis. For all other indications, maintenance infusions are given every 8 weeks.1​​​​​​​IV, Intravenous.References:INFLECTRA® Summary of Product Characteristics.Remicade™ Summary of Product Characteristics.
Administration & Storage

Learn more about the IV administration of INFLECTRA®

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