We know that dealing with chronic ITP and your treatment can be difficult. Below are some tools that may help. If you have any questions about Nplate®, please speak to your doctor. Your doctor is your primary resource.
Symptom and Medical History Summary
Because ITP has similar symptoms as other diseases affecting platelet count, it’s important to tell your doctor about all your symptoms and your complete medical history. Print the Symptom and Medical History Summary, fill it out, and bring it to your next doctor appointment.
Doctor Discussion Guide
Use this guide to help you start a conversation with your doctor. If you do have chronic ITP, this information may help you and your doctor choose the right treatment for you. Print the doctor discussion guide, fill it out, and bring it to your next doctor appointment.
Nplate® Dose and Platelet Tracker
Tracking your platelet counts helps you know if you are meeting your ITP treatment goals. Your doctor will use a blood test regularly to check if your platelet count is within a range sufficient to reduce the risk of bleeding. If you are taking Nplate®, your doctor will adjust your dose if necessary.1 Print this sheet and use it to keep track of your platelet counts and Nplate® dosing regimen.
Download the Prescribing Information & Medication Guide for Nplate®.
The Nplate® Patient Brochure features information about chronic ITP, how Nplate® may help, and available Nplate® resources. Download PDF