GAMMAGARD LIQUID [Immune Globulin Infusion (Human)] 10% is indicated as replacement therapy for primary humoral immunodeficiency (PI) in adult and pediatric patients ≥2 years and as a maintenance therapy to improve muscle strength and disability in adult patients with Multifocal Motor Neuropathy (MMN).

GAMMAGARD LIQUID, the most utilized IG in the US over the last 15 years.

Extending their comfort zones, and yours

GAMMAGARD LIQUID can help you and your patients feel at ease with a proven history of clinical use and trusted PI treatment experience. Replacement therapy with GAMMAGARD LIQUID has been clinically demonstrated in adult and pediatric patients with PI, aged 2 years and over. And with intravenous immune globulin (IVIG) and subcutaneous IG (SCIG) administration options, GAMMAGARD LIQUID can be given at home, in a physician’s office, or at an infusion center.2

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Clinical results

An IG treatment with a proven history of clinical use for PI, GAMMAGARD LIQUID has been studied for both IVIG and SCIG use in patients with PI. Both studies had a primary outcome measure of acute serious bacterial infections. See the results.2-4

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Established safety

As a trusted treatment that has been prescribed to patients for 15 years, GAMMAGARD LIQUID has an established safety profile that includes tolerability with SCIG and IVIG options for patients with PI.2,5 Review data from the clinical studies.

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Patient considerations

Once clinical considerations have been evaluated, patient preferences may further inform your treatment decision. Review information on why GAMMAGARD LIQUID IV administration may be appropriate for specific types of patients.

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PI overview

On average, patients have symptoms for 15 years before they’re diagnosed with PI because their infections are often not recognized as symptoms of a more serious, chronic disorder.6 Get a refresher of the warning signs seen in patients with undiagnosed PI, as well as an overview of guidelines for evaluating and diagnosing common types of PI.

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