Annette R Zampelli

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Primary care providers (PCPs) play a key role in identifying patients with primary immunodeficiency diseases (PIDDs). This diagnosis has implications for PCPs, as patients continue to require primary care and management after a PIDD diagnosis has been made. This review presents essential information for PCPs regarding PIDDs.
Increased use of specialized infusion therapies has necessitated training of health care providers and patients. The Starting Hizentra Administration with Resources and Education (SHARE) program provided 709 US participants with information to educate patients with primary immunodeficiency disease (PIDD) on self-administration of 20% subcutaneous(More)
A number of ancillary supplies are used in the process of administering subcutaneous immunoglobulin. The particular type of ancillary supplies used (needles, tubing, and tape) may contribute to the development of issues at the local infusion site. Patient case studies demonstrate that changes in the choice of ancillary supplies can often alleviate these(More)
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