Rasuvo for JIA
If your child has juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA), he or she may already be using injectable methotrexate. Rasuvo® (methotrexate) injection is another option to help manage your child's JIA symptoms.
Rasuvo is easier to use than a syringe and vial, and because Rasuvo is prefilled and ready to use, there are fewer steps to administer.
If your child is not on methotrexate, learn about the differences in delivery methods here.
3-step Rasuvo administration
Rasuvo vs traditional syringe and vial
Patients who use a syringe and vial may appreciate some of the benefits of using an auto-injector pen. Rasuvo comes ready to use, eliminating the need for manual preparation of accurate doses with a syringe and vial. And patients find Rasuvo easier to use.
Take advantage of CORE Connections, a comprehensive patient support program with information, resources, and assistance. Access how-to videos, patient brochures, information on financial assistance, help with the safe disposal of Rasuvo pens, and much more.
Ask your child's doctor about treatment with Rasuvo
If other methotrexate options aren’t controlling your child’s symptoms or if your child’s doctor suggests methotrexate therapy, ask about treatment with Rasuvo for subcutaneous use.