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Intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG) is a blood plasma derivative administered intravenously. It comprises of pooled, polyvalent, IgG (immunoglobulin (antibody) G) extracted from the plasma of more than one thousand blood donors. The very blood plasma derivative is deployed mainly in the treatment of autoimmune disorders, immune deficiencies and acute infections. IVIG has been the key factor to drive the growth of plasma products industry. The demand for IVIG has been growing on account of its increased usage in the treatment of primary immunodeficiency as well as newer neurological indications.