Ig usage data and statistics – December 2020

The snapshot provides an overview of the information that is further detailed in the graphs and tables that follow.

Ig usage data and statistics – December 2020

Ig Use

Year to date December 2020 - % variation year on year by jurisdiction. This graph shows a cumulative percentage changes in Ig issued, nationally and by jurisdiction, for the current financial year to date as compared to the same period in the previous financial year.

Year to date December 2020 - % variation year on year by jurisdiction.

Issues of Ig per 1,000 population by jurisdiction. This graph shows the amount of Ig issued (grams) per 1,000 population* nationally and by jurisdiction for the previous 3 months.

Issues of Ig per 1,000 population by jurisdiction

* Data as published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics - 3101.0 - Australian Demographic Statistics, Sep 2019. Retrieved from https://www.abs.gov.au/AUSSTATS/abs@.nsf/mf/3101.0.

Ig use by medical condition. This graph shows the medical conditions which account for the highest use (grams dispensed) of Ig products.

Ig use by medical condition

Product Issued

Monthly expenditure on Ig. This graph shows the cost of Ig products issued over the last 9 months.  

Monthly expenditure on Ig

Monthly usage of Ig. This graph shows the amount of domestic and imported Ig products issued (grams) in the last 9 months.

Monthly usage of Ig

BloodSTAR

Patients. This graph shows the total number of patients receiving Ig and the number of new patients over the last 9 months.

Total number of patients receiving Ig

Authorisation and dispense events. This graph shows the number of new authorisation requests approved and the number of dispense events over the last 9 months.

Authorisation and dispense events

Facilities and Users

For more information

Jurisdictional representatives and their nominees can access Jurisdictional Reports for more information regarding the use of Ig and BloodSTAR Facility Administrators can access reports about their facility through the Reports function in BloodSTAR.

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