Preserving Immunoglobulin Integrity
Octagam 5% is manufactured using well-controlled processing steps designed to be gentle and to preserve the structural and functional integrity of its immunoglobulin G (IgG)1
Formulated to help mitigate tolerability issues in patients with PI1-4
|Maltose [mg/mL] – (no preservatives or sucrose)||100 (=2 mg per mg IgG)|
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In a 12-month, open-label, pivotal trial in patient with PI
Over 12 Months
In Both Pediatric and Adult Patients*
Adverse Reactions During Clinical Trial†
Headache (15% of subjects) and Nausea (7% of subjects)
*n=46; (11 patients were <16 years of age); a total of 654 total infusions were administered. †Drug-related ARs during infusion or within 72 hours of infusion in over 5% of patients.
Biochemical profile closely resembles native IgG1,2,5-7
- Contains all 4 subclasses of IgG, with a percentage distribution equivalent to the one found in normal plasma
- Physiologic Fc function of IgG is maintained intact
- Octapharma. Data on file.
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