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Intravenous Immune Globulin (IVIg) - Common Questions (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

In our blood, we have white blood cells and antibodies. Antibodies are special proteins called immune globulin (Ig). Together, they find and destroy germs such as bacteria and viruses, protecting our bodies from infection. Sometimes our natural antibodies are not enough to fight the infection. Immune globulin is often given to people whose bodies cannot make their own antibodies properly. (English) Colour

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Body Location:
  • Blood, Heart and Circulation
Diagnosis and Therapy:
  • Drug, Fluid and Nutrition Therapy,
  • Surgery and Procedures
  • Home,
  • Deficiency,
  • Antibodies,
  • Acquired,
  • Infusion,
  • Immune,
  • PID,
  • SID,
  • Secondary,
  • IVIg
  • All
  • Home Health/Specialized Populations,
  • Medicine
Revision Date:
February 01, 2017
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