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A study found that intravenous immune globulin dosing optimization through alternative dosing weights represents a significant source of waste reduction and cost reduction.
In this study, researchers wanted to evaluate the frequency of reduced immunoglobulin concentrations and its association with immunotherapy and disease course in 2 independent cohorts with multiple sclerosis.
Carefully implemented order sets may encourage evidence-based or institution-specific care though the influence of provider behavior.
Five-day adjuvant IVIG therapy found to significantly reduce viral load in an immunocompromised patient with severe varicella.
The case study included a 45-year-old man diagnosed with stage 3 multiple myeloma who was treated with bortezomib and dexamethasone.
Study Finds Clinical Significance of RBC Immunoglobulin G in PolyTransfused Patients with Thalassemia
The study authors wanted to determine the prevalence and clinical significances of red blood cell-bound immunoglobulin G as detected by flow cytometry in polytransfused patients with thalassemia.
IVIG found to have a good safety profile in pediatric patients, with low risk of severe adverse drug reactions.
Study is the first to identify the presence of anti-citrullinated protein autoantibodies in human tear fluid as well as discover the new eye drop treatment.
Study Finds Clinical Significance of RBC Immunoglobulin G in Polytransfused Patients with Thalassemia
Study seeks to determine the prevalence and clinical significance of red blood cell-bound immunoglobulin G as detected by flow cytometry in polytransfused patients with thalassemia.
Metabolic activity in the immune cells of patients with primary immunodeficiency was used as a biomarker due to cellular metabolism, which serves as a key regulator in immune cells.
Debilitating and degenerative, chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP) is a rare disease affecting 1.6 per 100,000 Americans annually.
Trial finds that the addition of anti-HIV immune globulin to standard of care patients with influenza B had a significant virological benefit.