Humira Syringes

Humira® (adalimumab) is a medication licensed to treat several inflammatory conditions that affect the joints, spine, or digestive system. It is often used to relieve the symptoms of arthritis or Crohn's disease.
 
This prescription medication is administered as an injection usually once a week or every other week, and is given just under the skin (subcutaneously). The injection can be administered by a healthcare provider, or you can give yourself the injections at home. If you will be doing the injections yourself, make sure your healthcare provider shows you exactly how to use the Humira syringes and how to administer the injections.
 
Humira comes in two different forms:
 
  • Humira Pen (a prefilled injection device used to automatically inject the drug)
  • Humira Prefilled Syringe (must be injected manually).
     
(Click Humira Dosage for a more in-depth look at how to use Humira syringes. This article also discusses general dosing guidelines for treating various inflammatory conditions and outlines several tips for when and how to use this medication.)
 
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