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Immune globulins

A drug may be classified by the chemical type of the active ingredient or by the way it is used to treat a particular condition. Each drug can be classified into one or more drug classes.

In healthy individuals immune globulins are made by plasma cells when exposed by an immunogen such as a virus. Immune globulins act as antibodies against an infection. They are made up of different classes and subclasses of molecules. The immune globulin used for therapeutic purposes is made from healthy human blood that has a high level of antibodies. Immune globulins are given to those with a weak immune system to strengthen or act as the body’s natural immune system. It decreases the risk of infection in the immunocompromised patients, who are unable to make antibodies themselves.

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immune globulin intravenous systemic (Pro, More...)
6 reviews
   
8.8
immune globulin subcutaneous systemic (Pro, More...)
12 reviews
   
7.3
immune globulin intravenous and subcutaneous systemic (More...)
2 reviews
   
7.0
rho (d) immune globulin systemic (Pro, More...)
3 reviews
   
5.2
botulism immune globulin systemic (Pro, More...)
0 reviews
   
0.0
cytomegalovirus immune globulin systemic (Pro, More...)
0 reviews
   
0.0
hepatitis b immune globulin systemic (Pro, More...)
0 reviews
   
0.0
hyaluronidase / immune globulin systemic (More...)
0 reviews
   
0.0
immune globulin intramuscular systemic (Pro, More...)
0 reviews
   
0.0
palivizumab systemic (Pro, More...)
0 reviews
   
0.0
rabies immune globulin, human systemic (Pro, More...)
0 reviews
   
0.0
respiratory syncytial virus immune globulin systemic (More...)
0 reviews
   
0.0
tetanus immune globulin systemic (Pro, More...)
0 reviews
   
0.0
vaccinia immune globulin systemic (Pro, More...)
0 reviews
   
0.0
varicella zoster immune globulin systemic (Pro, More...)
0 reviews
   
0.0
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