Immune Globulin Treatments for Immune Deficiencies

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What is an Immune Deficiency?

An immune deficiency occurs when a patient has a poor immune system, which leaves them at a high risk of infection. This can be inherited, which would make it a primary immune deficiency, or the result of another condition, which would be called secondary immune deficiency. Over 6 million people around the world are affected by primary immune deficiencies, and secondary immune deficiencies are one of the most common causes of infection for adults.

What are IG Treatments?

One of the core therapeutic focuses at AvevoRx is IG products, which temporarily replace low levels of antibodies in the blood, boosting the immune system and the ability of the patient to fight infections. They are collected from screened plasma donors, quarantined for safety, then formulated into a medication. They are sometimes called “polyclonal” antibodies (pAbs) because they contain many different types of antibodies.

Why Work with AvevoRx?

Our team is one of the most experienced at delivering in-home IG treatments. Every patient has a single point of contact known as a patient advocate who helps them through every step of their specialty infusion therapy journey. Our advocates help patients, providers and payers find treatment options, insurance authorizations and more to help them navigate the complex healthcare landscape.

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AvevoRx patients received personalized care from knowledgeable, experienced advocates who stay with them throughout the patient journey.

Start your at-home infusion care journey today by calling us at (877) 283-8679

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