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Your OmniSource® Team

Your OmniSource Case Manager (OCM) will support you from day one

Iʼm an OmniSource Case Manager (OCM) and Iʼm here to help get you enrolled in OmniSource, to welcome you to the program, and to support along the way.

To get started, Iʼll work closely with your doctor throughout the onboarding process – helping with Benefits Investigation (BI) and Prior Authorization (PA) forms and any potential appeals.

Once youʼre enrolled, Iʼll work with you to explain all of the OmniSource services available to you and your family, and help you determine which options are best for you.

Itʼs my job to help you make the most of your treatment journey, so if you have any questions along the way, you know who to ask!

Case Manager

Your Nurse Trainer is here to help you learn how to use Omnitrope® at home

I’m an OmniSource Nurse Trainer and it’s my role to help you get as comfortable as possible with administering your treatment at home.

I know that getting used to an injection routine can be challenging. That’s why I’m here to help you and your family to learn how to inject safely, at a pace that works for you. 

There are three ways that we can work together. I offer injection training in person at your home, over the telephone or by video chat – however you are most comfortable. 

If at any point, you would like a refresher or some additional training, call your OCM and they will be able to help coordinate with a Nurse Trainer for you.

Your OmniSource journey

Your OmniSource journey

Here’s a look at what to expect, step by step, along the growth journey.

Learning to inject at home Omnitrope vial and syringe training video

Learning to use Omnitrope at home 

Our OmniSource Nurse Trainers and injection training resources can help.

Get started with OmniSource today


Personalized support, each step of the way. Click here to enroll.


Omnitrope is a prescription medicine that contains human growth hormone and is used to treat:

  • Children with growth failure due to growth hormone deficiency (GHD), Prader-Willi Syndrome, Small for Gestational Age, Turner Syndrome, and Idiopathic Short Stature
  • Adults with either adult onset or childhood onset GHD


Who should not take Omnitrope®?

Omnitrope should not be used by children or adults that have:

  • a critical illness caused by certain types of heart or stomach surgery, accidental trauma, or a sudden and severe breathing problem (respiratory failure)
  • Prader-Willi syndrome who are severely overweight or have a history of breathing problems including sleep apnea
  • cancer or other tumors
  • allergies to growth hormone or any of the ingredients in the medicine
  • certain types of eye problems caused by diabetes
  • closed bone growth plates

What should patients tell their healthcare provider before taking Omnitrope?

Patients should tell their healthcare provider about all of their medical conditions, including if they:

  • have had heart or stomach surgery, trauma, or serious breathing problems
  • have or have had cancer or any tumor
  • have diabetes
  • take any prescription and non-prescription medicines, steroids, vitamins, or herbal supplements
  • are pregnant or breastfeeding, or plan to become pregnant or breastfeed

What are the most common side effects of Omnitrope?

  • local reactions at the injection site (such as pain, numbness, redness and swelling)
  • headaches
  • swelling associated with fluid retention
  • pain in joints and muscle pain
  • carpal tunnel syndrome
  • tingling and numbness
  • high blood sugar (hyperglycemia/diabetes) and sugar in your urine (glucosuria)
  • unusual skin sensations
  • low levels of thyroid hormone (hypothyroidism)

Other possible side effects of Omnitrope are:

  • return of tumor or cancerous growths
  • headaches, changes in vision, nausea or vomiting (these may be symptoms of raised pressure in the brain which requires immediate medical attention)
  • hip and knee pain or a limp in children, that can be a sign of slipped capital femoral epiphysis
  • worsening of pre-existing curvature of the spine in children (scoliosis)
  • increased ear infections and ear disorders in children with Turner syndrome; check for cardiovascular disorders (hypertension, stroke)
  • intense pain and tenderness in the abdomen as consequence of an inflammation of the pancreas (pancreatitis)
  • gasping syndrome (decreased rate of breathing) in children from high levels of benzyl alcohol (an inactive ingredient)
  • Increased mortality in patients with Prader Willi and acute illness

Please see full Prescribing Information for Omnitrope

You are encouraged to report negative side effects of prescription drugs to the FDA. Visit or call 1-800-FDA-1088. To report SUSPECTED ADVERSE REACTIONS, contact Sandoz Inc. at 1-800-525-8747 or FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088 or