The National Blood Authority is responsible for ensuring the supply of blood and blood products for patient care. This includes immunoglobulin (Ig) products.

Immunoglobulin is a fractionated blood product. Manufacturers make Ig products from donated plasma (the fluid part of human blood).

We manage the supply of Australia's government-funded Ig products under the National Blood Agreement.

Learn more about how we manage access to Australia's immunoglobulin supply.

Government-funded Ig products

All blood products funded under the national blood arrangements are listed in the National Product Price List(Opens in a new tab/window). Learn more about the Ig products that are publicly funded.

Regulation by the TGA

The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) regulates blood and blood components(Opens in a new tab/window) as prescription medicines. You can search the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods(Opens in a new tab/window) for blood and blood products approved for supply in Australia.

Get in touch

For more information about accessing immunoglobulin products, contact us.

Phone: 1300 025 663 (13 000 BLOOD)


Last updated: 27 Mar 2024

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