For on-demand treatment of acute hereditary angioedema (HAE) attacks

Get back fast* from HAE attacks

*In a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial, onset of relief was experienced within 4 hours by 69.8% of BERINERT treatment group and 42.9% of placebo group. For subjects who did not respond within that time frame, study design allowed use of rescue medications as follows: placebo for 20 IU/kg body weight BERINERT treatment group and 20 IU/kg body weight BERINERT for placebo group. Median time to complete resolution of HAE symptoms was 4.9 hours in a phase 3 clinical trial and 8.4 hours in an open-label extension.

BERINERT is the only C1 esterase inhibitor (C1-INH) approved for on-demand treatment of acute abdominal, facial, or laryngeal attacks of HAE in adults and children.

Approved for use in PEDIATRICS Approved for use in PEDIATRICS

95% of BERINERT infusions are self-administered at home or in other non-healthcare settings1

BERINERT is an intravenous (IV) infusion that you can learn to self-administer at home or anywhere that’s convenient. In fact, a study showed that 95% of BERINERT infusions were given outside of healthcare settings.1

You’re always supported with BERINERT Connect

No matter where you are on your journey with HAE, you’re never more than a phone call away from the helpful services of BERINERT Connect, formerly known as B.E.N. Once your doctor prescribes BERINERT, you’ll have access to help getting started, co-pay support, connections with others living with HAE, and so much more.

1-877-236-4HAE (1-877-236-4423) Monday–Friday, 8 AM–8 PM ET

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Reference: 1. Riedl MA, Bygum A, Lumry W, et al. Safety and usage of C1-inhibitor in hereditary angioedema: BERINERT registry data. J Allergy Clin Immunol Pract. 2016;4(5):963-971.

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