Your on-body injector was applied:
Your dose delivery will start around:
Name of Healthcare Provider:
Healthcare Provider contact number:
On-body injector lot number:
A healthcare provider who is familiar with Neulasta should answer your questions. For general questions or support call 1-844-MYNEULASTA (1-844-696-3852) or visit www.neulasta.com.
The on-body injector is working properly.
If at any time you hear beeping, check the status light. If it is flashing red, call your healthcare provider immediately, as you may need a replacement dose.
After your dose delivery is complete, check to see if the black line on your on-body injector fill indicator is at empty.
On-body Injector Placement
For the next 27 hours, occasionally check the status light for at least 10 seconds. If the status light is flashing green, it is okay.
After about 27 hours, your on-body injector will produce a series of beeps to let you know your dose delivery is about to begin.
Do not remove the on-body injector at this time.
Do not remove the on-body injector before the dose delivery is complete.
For the next 45-minutes, monitor your on-body injector frequently for leaks during dose delivery. If the on-body injector was placed on the back of your arm, a caregiver must be available to monitor your on-body injector.
If the adhesive becomes noticeably wet (saturated) with fluid, or you see dripping, call your healthcare provider immediately, as you may need a replacement dose.
Your dose delivery will take around 45-minutes to complete.
After the beep, check the color of the status light.
Check to see if the status light is SOLID GREEN or has switched off. This means the dose is complete. If the dose is complete, go to the next step.
If you see the status light is flashing red, your on-body injector is not functioning properly. Remember, any time you see a status light flashing red, call your healthcare provider immediately, as you may need a replacement dose.
Grab the edge of the adhesive pad. Slowly peel off the on-body injector.
Check to see if your on-body injector is empty.
Record the end state of your on-body injector.
Properly dispose of the on-body injector.
What to do if you hear beeping or when you look at the status light and it is flashing red.
What to do if the on-body injector adhesive becomes noticeably wet (saturated) with fluid, or you see dripping.
Note: It is normal to see a few drops of fluid at the application site, but not normal to see a noticeably wet (saturated) adhesive.
What do I do if the in-body injector comes off before the full dose is delivered?
Call your healthcare provider immediately if the on-body injector at any time comes away from your skin before your full dose delivery, as you may need a replacement dose. Do not reapply it.
What if there is blood at my application site after the on-body injector has been removed?
If there is blood, press a clean cotton ball or gauze pad on the application site. Apply an adhesive bandage if needed.
What if my application site is red or tender after on-body injector removal?
Call your healthcare provider immediately if you experience persistent or worsening redness or tenderness at the application site, as this can be a sign of infection.