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- n. Alternative form of gamma globulin.
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Prior to this time, persons who were thought to be exposed to Hepatitis A were often treated with gammaglobulin (Hepatitis A Immune Globulin, HAIG), which provided a short-term boost to the immune system.
In one piglet, the gammaglobulin concentration was 0.8 ZST units, indicating a failure of colostrum antibody uptake, which its empty stomach suggests was due to a failure to ingest colostrum.
Number of cardiovascular risk factors could determine safety of intravenous gammaglobulin treatment