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Lymphocyte immune globulin; Anti-thymocyte globulin (Equine)


  • Antithymocyte globulins can cause anaphylaxis when injected intravenously. Although ATGAM is processed to reduce the level of antibodies that will react to non-T cells, physicians should be prepared for the potential risk of anaphylaxis and monitor patients for signs and symptoms during infusion.

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Lymphocyte immune globulin (Equine)

Anti-thymocyte globulin (Rabbit)

Additional Information

Updated January 2018