Zoster-immune globulin

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Zoster-immune globulin
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ATC code J06BB03 (WHO)
ChemSpider none
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Zoster-immune globulin (ZIG) is a globulin fraction (separable constituent) of pooled (mixed) plasma extracted from human donors who have recovered[citation needed] from infection by herpes zoster. ZIG is used in the prevention of chickenpox and shingles, but is not known to be useful in treating clinical varicella or zoster.[1]

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