TNF Blocker Infusion Therapy for Patients with Crohn's Disease

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Tumor necrosis factor (TNF) is a protein the immune system uses to fight illness. When it works, it helps fight off infections. However, in Crohn’s disease patients, an overproduction of TNF leads to unnecessary inflammation, causing damage to the gastrointestinal system. Providers may recommend TNF blockers such as infliximab and golimumab for these patients.

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With AvevoRx, patients receive TNF blocker infusion therapy in the comfort of their homes.

What TNF Blockers Do

TNF blockers are monoclonal antibodies that target TNF to suppress inflammation by being infused into a vein. These therapies are FDA-approved to treat the following conditions:

Home Infusion TNF Blocker Therapy

For Crohn’s disease patients who require TNF blockers, home infusion therapy is a convenient option. Home infusion therapy allows patients to receive treatment in the comfort of their own homes on their schedules without needing transportation to a hospital. Patients receive care in familiar surroundings, making it a less stressful experience. They also have a reduced risk of infection because patients only make contact with their nurse, whose sole focus is on them and their care.

TNF Blocker Treatment with AvevoRx

AvevoRx is a specialty infusion pharmacy that offers expertise in TNF blocker treatments, personalized treatment plans, and 24/7 assistance. We match each patient with a nurse who provides treatments in the comfort of their home. Patients with Crohn’s disease and other inflammatory illnesses are our number one priority, and we strive to provide service, speed, and simplicity in navigating the complexities of healthcare.

Start your TNF blocker infusion therapy program today by calling us at (877) 283-8679

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