a treatment to deliver immunoglobulins directly into the blood of the patient.
Intravenous transfer of immunglobulin (antibodies), used for some immune problems.
A sterile solution of concentrated antibodies extracted from healthy people that is given straight into a vein. It is used to treat disorders of the immune system, or to boost immune response to serious illness. Abbreviated IVIG or IGG (for intravenous gamma globulin). See the entire definition of Intravenous immunoglobulin
A sterile solution of concentrated antibodies extracted from healthy people. IVIG is used to prevent bacterial infections in persons with low or abnormal antibody production. IVIG is injected into a vein.
A blood product mainly used as treatment in two major categories, inflammatory and autoimmune diseases , and immune deficiencies diseases featuring low antibody levels.
Intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG) is a blood product administered Intravenously. It contains the pooled Ig G immunoglobulins (antibodies extracted from the plasma of over a thousand blood donors). IVIG effect last between 2 weeks and 3 months.