Kineret® should be injected under the skin by the patient or caregiver. It is important to receive appropriate instructions from your healthcare provider on how to inject, how often to inject Kineret, and the correct way to dispose of used syringes.
Each Kineret® dose comes in a prefilled glass syringe. Kineret® is available in 2 quantities: a 28-pack, and a convenient 7-pack, with 7 syringes in each box, one for each day of the week. Use the Kineret® prefilled syringe that matches the day of the week until 7 are used.
Important Safety Information
DO NOT FREEZE OR SHAKE KINERET®. Keep Kineret® away from light. Store Kineret in its original carton in the refrigerator at 36 °F to 46 °F (2 °C to 8 °C). When traveling, make sure you store Kineret at the correct temperature. Safely dispose of Kineret that is out of date or no longer needed. Keep it out of the reach of children.
When taking Kineret®, always use a new syringe each day.
• Take Kineret® exactly as instructed by your healthcare provider
• If you have a kidney problem, your healthcare provider may need to change how often you take your injections.
• Take Kineret at about the same time each day, on a schedule that works best for you
• If you drop a syringe, do not use the syringe. Dispose of the syringe and replace it with a new one.
• If you miss a dose, contact your healthcare provider to find out when to take your next injection
• Only you and your healthcare provider can determine how well Kineret is working for you. The time it takes to see improvement in symptoms varies from person to person