hepatitis B immune globulin
Definition: a high-titer passive immune globulin directed against type B hepatitis virus (HBV). Passive immunity to type B hepatitis can be conferred by administration of this immune serum globulin. It is recommended for those exposed to fluids from people infected with HBV.
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