PMID: 92444Oct 18, 1979

Gamma globulin in secondary antibody deficiency syndrome

Fortschritte der Medizin
G Hartwich

Abstract

12 patients with secondary antibody deficiency syndrome received a new gammaglobulin compound intravenously (lyoph. SRK Sandoz). The drug was given in a 3% NaCl-solution once to four times. At the end of the infusion of 6 g gammaglobulin and after one week, serum levels were significantly higher. Gammaglobulin intravenously was well tolerated in all cases. Severe infections during the period of treatment were not observed.

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