alexa Action of Intravenous Immunoglobulin

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Action of Intravenous Immunoglobulin

Meta Description: Intravenous drugs can cause extravasation injuries around the route of vessel. The extravasation happens more in children whose blood vessels are small and cannot express their pain and in the elderly whose blood vessels and skin are fragile.

 

Intravenous drugs can cause extravasation injuries around the route of vessel. Not only commonly used fluid such as normal saline and dextrose water, but also electrolytes, calcium, anticancer drugs are causes of these injuries. The extravasation happens more in children whose blood vessels are small and cannot express their pain and in the elderly whose blood vessels and skin are fragile.
 
Immunoglobulin is used for treatment for many diseases such as primary immunodeficiency disease or autoimmune diseases. However, it has transient side effects, such as fever, headache, myalgia, back pain, chill, nausea, flush, rash and et cetera. More severe side effects rarely happen, such as hemolysis, neutropenia, aseptic meningitis, anaphylactic reaction, thromboembolism and et cetera. Skin side effects reported after using IVIG are reported such as eczema, alopecia, erythema multiforme, lichenoid dermatitis, pompholyx.
 
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