Flebogamma %5 Iv Infusion Icin Solution Iceren Vial 200 Mg

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50Mg/Ml (200Ml)



Generic Name (Ingredient)

Human Normal Immune Globulin (Ivig) Igg Subclass Percentages; 70.3% Igg1, 24.7% Igg2, 3.1% Igg3 And 1.9% Igg4. The Human Protein Content Is 50 G / L Containing At Least 97% Igg. The Iga Content Is Less Than 0.05 Mg / Ml.

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1 review for Flebogamma %5 Iv Infusion Icin Solution Iceren Vial 200 Mg

  1. Tóth Éva Rita


    • Medical Guidance Center

      Hello Tóth, this is WikiKenko.

      Flebogamma 5% DIF is an intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIg) solution of human plasma proteins and in particular IgG antibodies with a broad spectrum of antibody activity1. It is used to treat primary immunodeficiency and can be obtained under National Blood Supply (NBS) or Jurisdictional Direct Order arrangements.

      Flebogamma can cause blood clots. The risk is highest in older adults or in people who have had blood clots, heart problems, or blood circulation problems. This medicine can also harm your kidneys, especially if you have kidney disease or you also use certain medicines.

      It is important to always read and refer to the product information sheet of every product before administration. You should consult with a healthcare professional before using this medication.

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