Now that summer is here, there have been many questions about safe temperatures for your subcutaneous immunoglobulin. How hot can it get? Has the drug been affected if it sits out on your front porch in summer time heat?
The Immune Deficiency Foundation Nurse Advisory Committee has put together some helpful tips to address your concerns. These recommendations may also be helpful for the other medications you receive by mail. CLICK HERE to see IDF's SCIG Hot Weather Tips.