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Nina and Greg smiling at each other


actual LEQEMBI patient,
and her husband, Greg

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Keep your
close by

You’ll likely get a call from your infusion center a few days before your appointment to gather some extra information. That’s a good time to ask about anything you need to bring, such as paperwork and medication lists. Be sure to save the infusion center in your contacts so you can reach them easily and know when a call is coming from them.

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What to

  • A blanket and layers in case you get chilly
  • Your favorite pillow
  • Something to play, read, or watch
  • Your device chargers and headphones or earbuds
  • A few snacks and a bottle of water
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What to
keep in

  • Drink plenty of water beforehand
  • Wear short sleeves or a shirt that can be rolled up so it's easier to get your infusion
  • Take a look at the LEQEMBI Medication Guide and bring any questions to your care team
  • It can be nice to have a family member with you, so ask your infusion center if that's allowed

What can I expect during an infusion?

The exact process may vary, but a LEQEMBI infusion often includes these steps:

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A member of the infusion care team will check your vital signs, like your temperature and blood pressure. You may also get weighed and have blood drawn.

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Your care team will prepare your medicine, set up your IV line, and start your infusion. As you receive your medicine, pay attention to how you feel and keep them informed of any concerns.

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After your infusion is finished, your care team will remove the IV. Then they’ll tell you when you can leave and how to schedule your next infusion.

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For care

To help make each appointment a little more enjoyable, consider games or other activities you and your loved one can do together.
Find more tips and information.

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If you have an infusion-related reaction, your healthcare provider may:

  • Adjust the flow or stop the infusion
  • Give you medicines before your future LEQEMBI infusions to decrease your chance of having an infusion-related reaction. These medicines may include antihistamines,
    anti-inflammatory medicines, or steroids

How can I stay on track and monitor my progress?

In people with Alzheimer’s disease, amyloid brain plaque continuously builds up. LEQEMBI keeps working throughout treatment to remove harmful amyloid brain plaque. That's why it's important to stick with your treatment plan.

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Even though you cannot feel LEQEMBI working day to day, staying on track with each infusion helps treat Alzheimer's disease.

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Your healthcare provider will monitor you for side effects throughout treatment and may adjust your dose or stop treatment, if necessary.

Practical tips for staying on track

It's important to try to follow each part of your treatment plan. That includes
sticking to your infusion schedule. Here are a few tips that may help:

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Schedule upcoming infusions well
in advance
and be sure to add the
appointments to your calendar.

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Plan ahead for any additional tests,
such as your follow-up MRIs before
your 5th, 7th, and 14th infusions.

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Reach out to your healthcare
provider if you miss an
They can help you
get back on track.

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Keep track of how you’re feeling
between infusions and let your healthcare provider know if anything comes up.

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Find an infusion center near you

Use this search tool to find an infusion center for LEQEMBI treatment.

Discover LEQEMBI Companion™
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Discover LEQEMBI

Your online partner designed to help
support you throughout treatment.

LEQEMBI® (lecanemab-irmb) appointment tracker
LEQEMBI® (lecanemab-irmb) appointment tracker

Keep track of your LEQEMBI

Use this appointment tracker to help
remember LEQEMBI infusions and
healthcare provider visits.

LEQEMBI® wallet card
LEQEMBI® wallet card

Help your healthcare providers
stay informed

Use this wallet card at your appointments to help
inform providers that you are taking LEQEMBI.

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Nina sitting down, using her phone
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I enjoy going to my infusions.

The people there are very
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actual LEQEMBI patient