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BiologicTx Specialty Immunology

At BiologicTx Specialty™, our experience in managing Primary Immune Deficiency Diseases (PIDD) runs deep.  Our highly qualified clinical staff has serviced over 1,000 PIDD patients over a 10-year period, including a clinical trial that brought the first Subcutaneous IVIg to market in the United States.

 

Our approach to therapy is to support you in designing a treatment plan that coincides with the following national standard goals:

 

  • Preventing infection
  • Improving quality of life
  • Avoiding complications of therapy
  • Ensuring communication between patients and their medical advisor
  • Encouraging patients to participate in disease management
  • Preventing long-term organ damage
  • Prolonging the patient’s life

 

We offer all treatment options that include the use of both IVIg and SCIg including:

 

  • Privigen 10%
  • Gammagard liquid 10%
  • Flebogamma 10%
  • Octagam 5% and 10%
  • Hizentra 20% (SC)
  • Gamunex – C 10% (IV, SC)
  • HyQvia (SC)
  • Gammaked 10%
  • Gammaplex 5%

 

BiologicTx Specialty™ Services Include:

 

Expert Authorizations Department: Obtain approval from the patient’s insurance carrier to provide in home therapy.

 

Experienced Nursing Staff: Provide patient training and/or nursing visits that provide safe, in home administration of IVIg or SCIg.  Our nurses provide weekly and/or monthly visits and will stay with the patient throughout the entire treatment.

 

Highly Trained Clinical Pharmacy Staff: Ensure the patient’s care plan is closely monitored and adjusted as needed.  BiologicTx Specialty™ plays a key role in your patient’s overall care and facilitates the primary communication between you and your patient.

 

If you are a patient or a parent of a child that has recently been diagnosed with PIDD, we are confident that we can assist you. Our on-call services are available 24/7 and our approach to quality patient care is unmatched.

 

For more information, please call: 1-877-567-8087 and ask to speak with our clinical staff.

 

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