Our specialties include immune globulin (IG), Alpha-1 proteinase inhibitors, bleeding disorder management and monoclonal antibody treatments, including infliximab.

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Immune globulin (IG) is a purified concentration of human antibodies. These antibodies are collected from thousands of screened plasma donors, quarantined for safety, then sterilized and formulated into a final medication. Because it contains many different types of antibodies, IG is sometimes called a “polyclonal” antibody (pAb).

IG is used to treat hundreds of medical conditions, affecting multiple organ systems. These generally fall under two broad categories: immune deficiencies and autoimmune disorders.

1 . IMMUNE DEFICIENCIES

Immune deficiencies – both primary (inherited) and secondary (caused by another condition) – occur in patients with deficient immune systems. A poor immune system leaves them at increased risk of infection. IG products work by temporarily replacing low levels of antibodies in the blood. This boosts the immune system and its ability to fight off infection.

2 . AUTOIMMUNE DISORDERS

Autoimmune disorders occur when the body’s immune system attacks healthy cells in the body by mistake. This can occur in multiple organ systems, including nerves, skin, blood, muscles and bone. In many cases, Ig therapy can reduce the inflammation caused by an overactive immune system. This can eventually slow or stop disease progression.

Immune deficiencies – both primary (inherited) and secondary (caused by another condition) – occur in patients with deficient immune systems. A poor immune system leaves them at increased risk of infection. IG products work by temporarily replacing low levels of antibodies in the blood. This boosts the immune system and its ability to fight off infection.

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AvevoRx can offer infusion by a trained nurse or, if prescribed, train the patient (or a caregiver) to self-infuse.

Tumor necrosis factor (TNF) is a protein in the blood that can cause inflammation in various parts of the body. This can be triggered by a normal immune response. However, when too much TNF is created, it can cause unnecessary inflammation and damage different organ systems in the body. Anti-TNF therapies are monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) that target TNF to suppress inflammation.

TNF blockers, such as infliximab and golimumab, are infused into a vein. Depending on the patient and product, infusions can last between 30 minutes to three hours.

TNF blockers are FDA-approved for the following uses:

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Ankylosing spondylitis
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Crohn’s disease
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Plaque psoriasis
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Psoriatic arthritis
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Rheumatoid arthritis
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Ulcerative colitis

Bleeding Disorders

When your blood is missing or deficient in certain specific clotting proteins, you may be diagnosed with a bleeding disorder. AvevoRx will not only meet your needs, but surpass your expectations.

With decades of combined experience our care team is focused/driven every day to ensure that our patients, providers, and payor partners experience the “special” care that our pharmacy and homecare services provides. The relationship you develop with us will provide you with the support and services you need to feel comfortable and in control of your care.

1 . Bleeding Disorders

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Hemophilia A (Factor VIII Deficiency)
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Hemophilia B (Factor IX Deficiency)
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von Willebrand Disease

2. Additional rare bleeding disorders

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Factor VII Deficiency
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Factor XIII Deficiency
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Glanzmann’s Thrombasthenia

Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency

Alpha-1 is a genetic disorder that may cause lung and/or liver disease in patients. Respiratory symptoms are usually similar to emphysema and can include chronic cough and shortness of breath. Patients may also experience liver scarring and panniculitis (a rare skin condition).

The team at AvevoRx is one of the most experienced teams in the marketplace at treating Alpha-1. Our team of expert reimbursement staff, nurses and advocates can help you navigate treatment options, insurance authorizations and therapy management.

Treatment options are available and can help stop the progression of disease. AvevoRx is proud to be a limited distribution provider of Glassia, Aralast and Zemaira.

With the help of our expert clinical team, AvevoRx can safely infuse anti-TNF therapy in the comfort of home.

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