Intaglob Injection contains normal human immunoglobulin, which belongs to the group of drugs called immunoglobins. It is made from healthy human plasma, which contains high amounts of antibodies. Intaglob Injection is used to treat a number of conditions in which the immune system does not function properly, or to provide temporary immunity in people who have been exposed to certain infections. Intaglob Injection is used in both adults and children 2 years of age and older. In children to treat or prevent serious infections (such as mumps, measles, rubella, hepatitis, poliomyelitis, varicella, or oral herpetiform lesions) and in adults to treat immune disorders (such as congenital or acquired agammaglobulinemia or hypogammaglobulinemia or Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome)
Immunoglobulin Deficiency: Intaglob Injection is used to treat immunoglobulin deficiency and refers to a condition in which the body has too few immunoglobulins, also known as antibodies. This can be caused by a variety of factors, including certain diseases, medications, and genetic factors.
Intaglob Injection contains antibodies that help to strengthen the body's immune system.
Intaglob Injection can be used to treat immune disorders such as primary immunodeficiency, where the body lacks certain antibodies.
Intaglob Injection can be used to prevent infections such as hepatitis B, HIV, and Cytomegalovirus(CMV), etc.
Intaglob Injection has been extensively tested and has a long history of safe use.
Intaglob Injection contains normal human immunoglobulin, which belongs to the group of drugs called immunoglobins found in human blood. Intaglob Injection works by producing antibodies and prevents a number of diseases of the immune system, such as autoimmune diseases, infections and allergies.
It is generally not recommended to drink alcohol while taking Intaglob Injection. It may increase the risk of liver damage. it is best to avoid alcohol or limit your alcohol consumption while taking any medication.
Use of Intaglob Injection may be unsafe during pregnancy as limited animal studies indicate that it may harm the developing foetus. However, if you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, it is important to talk to your doctor about the potential risks and benefits of taking Intaglob Injection during pregnancy. Your doctor will be able to help you make the best decision for you and your baby's health.
It is not recommended to breastfeed while taking Intaglob Injection. Intaglob Injection may pass into breast milk and harm the infant. If you are breastfeeding and taking Intaglob Injection, it is important to talk to your doctor about the possible risks and benefits of continuing to breastfeed. Your doctor will be able to help you make the best decision for you and your baby's health.
Intaglob Injection may cause dizziness, fatigue, and difficulty concentrating and coordinating, which may affect your ability to drive a vehicle safely. It is important to follow your doctor's instructions and take necessary precautions such as avoiding driving a vehicle or operating heavy machinery if you suffer from the side effects of this Intaglob Injection.
Intaglob Injection should be used with caution in patients with Kidney disease. It is important that patients with kidney disease closely monitor kidney function while taking Intaglob Injection and report any unusual symptoms or changes in kidney function to their doctor. The dose of Intaglob Injection may need to be adjusted in patients with kidney disease.
Intaglob Injection is safe to use in patients with liver disease. No dose adjustment of Intaglob Injection is recommended. If you experience any side effects please consult your doctor.