TNF Blockers as Treatments for Chronic Conditions

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Our immune systems have many moving parts, and when needed, they work together to battle whatever is ailing us. Tumor necrosis factor is one of these proteins. When it works correctly, it does its part to help fight off infections. However, when the body produces too much, it can cause unnecessary inflammation. This inflammation can cause damage to multiple organ systems. When this happens, TNF blockers may be the recommended form of treatment.

What are TNF Blockers?

TNF blockers, such as infliximab and golimumab, aim to prevent the body from overproducing TNF. These therapies are monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) that target TNF to suppress inflammation by being infused into a vein.

What Conditions Do They Treat?

TNF blockers are FDA approved to treat a variety of conditions, including the following:

What is Home Infusion Therapy?

While TNF blockers are most often administered in a hospital setting, patients also have the option of home infusion therapy. This allows patients to be treated in the comfort of their homes on their own schedule. There are many benefits to home infusion therapy, such as the following:

  • Increased independence
  • No transportation required
  • Personalized treatment plans
  • Reduced risk of exposure to illness

Why AvevoRx?

AvevoRx is a specialty infusion pharmacy that cares. Our nurses have expertise in a variety of infusion therapies, including TNF blocker treatments. We offer service, speed and simplicity for patients who find themselves navigating a complex healthcare system. Along with patient advocates who act as a single point of contact throughout the patient journey, we offer 24/7 assistance and expert care for every patient. Patients are our number one priority.

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AvevoRx nurses are experts in a variety of infusion therapies, including TNF blocker treatments.

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

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