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  1. ... the doctor will talk to you and your caregiver about how to recognize signs of the type ... that should be treated with this medication. Your caregiver will also be taught how to administer the ...
  2. ... the doctor will talk to you and your caregiver about how to recognize signs of the type ... that should be treated with this medication. Your caregiver will also be taught how to administer the ...
  3. ... is prescribed, the doctor will talk to your caregiver about how to recognize signs of the type ... that should be treated with this medication. Your caregiver will also be taught how to administer the ...
  4. ... adult, your doctor may allow you or a caregiver to perform the ixekizumab injections at home after ... vision or hearing problems, you will need a caregiver to give you injections. If your child weighs ...
  5. ... your healthcare provider will show you or your caregiver how to store, inject, dispose of the medication ... receiving this medication at home, you or your caregiver must use disposable gloves and protective eye wear ...
  6. ... You should make sure that your family members, caregivers, or the people who spend time with you ... using glucagon nasal powder your family member or caregiver should call for emergency help right away. If ...
  7. ... after applying or touching mechlorethamine gel.If a caregiver applies the medication to your skin, he or ... and water after removing the gloves. If a caregiver accidentally comes in contact with mechlorethamine gel, he ...
  8. ... pharmacist to show you and any of your caregivers who could be injecting the medication how to ... your pharmacist or doctor if you or your caregivers have any questions about how to inject this ...
  9. ... You should make sure that your family members, caregivers, or the people who spend time with you ... You should make sure that your family members, caregivers, or the people who spend time with you ...
  10. ... that, your doctor may allow you or a caregiver to give the injections at home. Before you ... 2 inches (5 centimeters) around it. If a caregiver injects the medication, the back of the upper ...
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