Definitions for "HBIG"
Hepatitis B immune globulin. An immune globulin shot which allows patients have short-term protection from hepatitis B. It is commonly used when individuals travel to foreign countries when a vaccination program cannot be completely prior to travel.
Hepatitis B Immune Globulin. Given as a shot, HBIG contains antibodies to hepatitis B virus; it offers prompt protection that lasts up to three months, and is often used if an unvaccinated individual is exposed to hepatitis B.
Hepatitis B Immune Globulin. is a vaccine used for prevention of Hepatitis B infection.