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Immunoglobulin Therapy

Meet Our Patients and learn about their experiences with home infusion

CHANGING LIFE FOR THE BETTER

Immunoglobulins are used for a variety of immunodeficiency diseases, as well as neurological and autoimmune conditions. Many patients need immunoglobulin therapy for life in order to remain active.

Many immunoglobulin therapies are complex, requiring advanced expertise to administer and monitor successfully at home. Our clinicians were trained in top ranking hospitals, giving us deep knowledge of immunoglobulin therapies. We have expertise in managing infusion related reactions, pre-medications, clinical monitoring and assessing therapeutic responses.

Rochester Home Infusion has a comprehensive model of care designed to optimize your outcomes and experience. We collaborate with your physician to formulate the best treatment plan for you, manage and prevent side effects of your infusions, and monitor your response to therapy.

The advent of immunoglobulins has changed patients’ lives for the better, allowing them to participate in school, work and create value in their communities. Together, we will advocate for your best outcomes and experience so we can help you live your life.

HOW WE SUCCEED TOGETHER

  • Our expert nurses meet with you and explain how immunoglobulin infusions are given at home
  • Our clinicians conduct a thorough history to understand your medical symptoms, responses to therapies as well as how past infusions were tolerated
  • We thoughtfully plan your infusion set-up at home for your comfort and convenience
  • Our nurse will stay with you throughout the duration of your infusion. If your immunoglobulin is given subcutaneously you will likely not need a nurse to assist with administration
  • We work with your physician to come up with the best pre-, intra- and post-medication regimen to prevent and minimize side effects
  • Our clinical pharmacists monitor and share your lab results with you, check how your infusions are going, assess your clinical improvement and share this information with your physician. doing and update your physician on your progress
  • We evaluate side effects to further customize your infusion regimen based on your experience
  • Our deep collaboration with you and your entire health care team is what sets us apart
  • You can call our clinicians anytime. We are available 24/7
  • We are your advocate from start to finish to help you achieve the best possible outcomes

COMMON CONDITIONS TREATED WITH IMMUNOGLOBULINS

  • Primary Immune Deficiency
  • Common Variable Immune Deficiency
  • Wiskott-Aldrich Syndrome
  • Immune Thrombocytopenia (ITP)
  • Kawasaki Disease
  • Guillain-Barre Syndrome
  • Dermatomyositis
  • Polymyositis
  • Myastenia Gravis
  • Multifocal Motor Neuropathy (MMN)
  • Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy (CIDP)

COMMON IMMUNOGLOBULINS GIVEN AT HOME

  • Bivigam
  • Carimmune
  • Cuvitru
  • Flebogamma
  • Gammagard
  • Gammagard S/D
  • Gammaked
  • Gammaplex
  • Gammunex-C
  • Hizentra
  • Hyqvia
  • Octagam
  • Privigen
RHI’s team has a thoughtful in home and detailed approach. They provide high-quality care and their nurses deliver the best IV therapy. I’ve been with a national home infusion provider before, and I was surprised by the unmatched expertise in monitoring and side effects management that I continue to receive from RHI.
L.V., Minneapolis, MN
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