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Columvi and Guidance on Intravenous Administration

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Last updated January 06, 2024

Guidance on the administration of Columvi

Prior to administration

Columvi must be administered as an intravenous infusion through a dedicated infusion line as per your local label.

Use of in-line filter is optional according to your local label.

Roche does not have any recommendation regarding a prime or flush with the drug product prior to administration of Columvi infusion bag. However, depending upon your local procedure the infusion set and inline filter may be primed with diluted Columvi solution prior to infusion.[1,2]

Adapt the dose, infusion volume, infusion time and infusion rate according to the treatment day and cycle and if required to the individual clinical situation of the patient.

During admiinstration

Administer the diluted Columvi infusion solution at a constant rate until the Columvi infusion bag is empty. For example, for administering Columvi 2.5 mg dose (25 mL) on Cycle 1 Day 8 with a total infusion time of four hours, administer Columvi at the rate of 6.25 mL/hour until the infusion bag is empty.

Once the Columvi infusion bag is empty, replace the Columvi infusion bag with a 0.9% sodium chloride bag on the same dedicated line. Note that the dedicated infusion line will still contain Columvi solution.[1,2]

Continue the Columvi infusion at 6.25 mL/hour until the Columvi dose solution is completely administered, which is when the total infusion time of 4 hours is reached.[2]

After administration

At the completion of the Columvi infusion, it is recommended to flush the line with 0.9% sodium chloride solution as per your local procedure.[1,2]


  1. Roche Internal Technical Report (Accessed on 10 Dec 2023).
    1. Roche Internal Technical Report (Accessed on 10 Dec 2023).

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