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GAMMAGARD LIQUID is a ready-to-use liquid medicine that is given in a vein (intravenously) or under the skin (subcutaneously) to treat
primary immunodeficiency (PI) in people 2 years and older.


GAMMAGARD LIQUID IV is an infusion that is administered into a vein. Patients with Primary Immunodeficiency (PI) will typically receive IV infusions every 3 or 4 weeks. The IV infusions may be given in a hospital, an infusion center, or at home by a nurse.

Sustained protection against infection

In the IV administration clinical study of 61 patients with PI, GAMMAGARD LIQUID was shown to be effective at a dose of 300 to 600 mg/kg every 3 to 4 weeks for 12 months.


There were no cases of validated acute serious bacterial infections (ASBIs)


No patients were hospitalized
due to infection

4other bacterial

There were 4 occurrences of validated other bacterial infections reported*

*The validated other bacterial infections were urinary tract infection (1), gastroenteritis (sometimes called “stomach flu”) (1), and ear infection (2)

Demonstrated tolerability

In a total of 1,812 infusions in the clinical study, the most common side effect for GAMMAGARD LIQUID IV was headache (5.2%).

The most common side effects (seen in ≥5% of patients) were headache, fatigue, fever, nausea, chills/shaking chills, pain in the hands or feet, diarrhea, migraine, dizziness, vomiting, cough, hives, asthma, sore throat, rash, joint pain, muscle pain, swelling in the arms or legs, itching, and heart murmur. Learn more about GAMMAGARD LIQUID’s safety and side effects.




Download a PDF of our patient brochure, which provides additional information about PI and treatment with GAMMAGARD LIQUID IV.

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Safety and side effects

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