For Patients and Caregivers What to Expect When Taking Riabni™

A FEW THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND AS YOU START RIABNI™

How to take RIABNI™

RIABNI™ is given as an infusion. You may be prescribed RIABNI™ alone or with chemotherapy. The treatment schedule for RIABNI™ depends on the type of B-cell NHL or CLL you have. Your doctor or nurse will discuss which combination of treatments is right for you.1

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The first infusion of RIABNI™ is given slowly over
4 to 6 hours or longer to lessen the chance of a reaction. If you have an infusion-related reaction, your infusion will be slowed or stopped.1

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The next infusions should be shorter, lasting 3 to 4 hours or even just 90 minutes. Not all patients will be able to receive a faster infusion. It depends on your disease and how your body reacted to your last infusion.1


During and after RIABNI™ treatment

Tell your healthcare provider, or get medical help right away, if you notice any of these symptoms during or after your RIABNI™ infusion:2

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  • Hives (itchy red welts) or rash
  • Itching
  • Swelling of your lips, tongue, throat, or face
  • Sudden cough
  • Shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, or wheezing
  • Weakness
  • Dizziness or feeling faint
  • Palpitations (feeling like your heart is racing or fluttering)
  • Chest pain

Be sure to review the Prescribing Information to learn more about potential side effects and symptoms.

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If you feel unwell during your treatment, please tell your treatment team

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What if my doctor switches me from Rituxan®, OR ANOTHER RITUXIMAB BIOSIMILAR, to RIABNI™?

RIABNI™ was proven to be similar to Rituxan® in safety and effectiveness.3

The FDA sets rigorous standards for making and approving biosimilars, so you can feel confident relying on the safety and effectiveness of RIABNI™, just as you would with Rituxan® or your other biosimilar medication.4

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  RIABNI™1 Rituxan®2
EFFECTIVENESS
SAFETY
DOSING & ADMINISTRATION