Coupons, Samples, and Practice Support
Nexium® 24HR provides the resources you need to help support your office and your patients. Use the resources below to help your patients tame the acid beast.
Sign in or register to check your eligibility for Nexium 24HR samples. If you are already logged in, visit our Sample Center to see what’s available to you.
You no longer have to wait for your Nexium 24HR coupon book to arrive in the mail! Sign in and print up to 30 coupons a day right from your office to hand out to your patients with frequent heartburn.
Download this document to answer questions you may have about Nexium 24HR.
Find additional information about Nexium 24HR (OTC) prescribing advice and frequently asked questions.
Watch this video to learn more about the role you play in the patient trend toward self-care.
Watch this video to learn more about how Nexium 24HR works around the clock at keeping acid under control.
Download this kit, which provides tools and information for pharmacists and their pharmacy team to discuss Nexium 24HR with their patients.
Download this document to assist in your conversations with patients about Nexium 24HR.
Download this informative brochure designed to help you educate patients about frequent heartburn, Nexium 24HR, and other types of medications available.
Connect to the patient site for information about Nexium 24HR, ordering samples, signing up for savings, feature articles, and more.
Did you know that Nexium 24HR is the #1 choice of doctors and pharmacists for their own frequent heartburn?§
Learn about the overall efficacy of Nexium 24HR
- *Acid control (pH >4) does not imply symptom relief. The correlation of pH data to clinical outcome has not been directly established.
- †Managed Markets Insight & Technology LLC, database as of April 2016.
- ‡While taking Nexium 24HR. Use as directed for 14 days to treat frequent heartburn. Do not take for more than 14 days or more often than every 4 months unless directed by a doctor. Not for immediate relief.
- §Among PCPs and pharmacists who use a branded OTC PPI.
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