Immunoglobulin use in Australia

The National Blood Authority (NBA) manages the supply of Australia's government-funded immunoglobulin (Ig) products under the National Blood Agreement.

As part of our National Immunoglobulin Governance Program, we track and publish data on Ig usage and trends in Australia. Data is usually published approximately 3 months in arrears to accommodate data entry and reconciliation requirements.

Learn more about the National Immunoglobulin Governance Program and how we manage Australia's Ig supply.

Latest data

Read our latest Ig usage and data report:

Annual reports

You can get more information from previous annual reports on Ig issues and usage.

More information

BloodSTAR reports

BloodSTAR facility administrators can get information about their facility’s Ig usage through the reports function in BloodSTAR.

Log in to BloodSTAR via BloodPortal(Opens in a new tab/window).

Jurisdictional reports

Jurisdictional Blood Committee representatives and their nominees can get jurisdictional reports. These reports give information on the Ig dispensed in each state and territory.

Request other data

Find out how to request other data about Australia's Ig usage.

We consider all data requests in line with our Data and Information Governance Framework.

Get in touch

For more information about Ig usage and data in Australia, contact us.

Phone: 1300 025 663 (13 000 BLOOD)


Last updated: 27 Mar 2024

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