Immediate Rabies Protection After Administration

KEDRAB is a human rabies immune globulin (HRIG) indicated for passive, transient post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) of rabies infection to persons of all ages when given immediately after contact with a rabid or possibly rabid animal. KEDRAB should be administered concurrently with a full course of rabies vaccine.1
  • Ready-to-use HRIG: Sterile, aqueous solution for wound infiltration and intramuscular injection1
  • Dependable protection: Established real-world potency at 150 IU/mL2
  • Preservative-, latex-, and pyrogen-free1

KEDRAB–the Only HRIG Solution With:

  • Established Safety and Effectiveness in adults and children1
  • Room temperature stability (not exceeding 25°C/77°F) for up to 30 days and at 2-8°C (36-46°F) for up to 30 months1,3*
  • Free product replacement program if your KEDRAB becomes unusable due to expiration, temperature excursion, or natural disaster

No need to dilute with dextrose1

KEDRAB is designed, dosed, and packaged in accordance with American Society of Hospital Pharmacists (ASHP) guidelines on preventing medication errors.1,4

KEDRAB Works Immediately After Infiltration to Stop the Rabies Virus From Spreading

*KEDRAB is stable at room temperature for 30 days, not exceeding 25°C (77°F). DO NOT FREEZE. Use within one month; do not return to refrigeration.

More information is available upon request.

References: 1. KEDRAB [package insert]. Fort Lee, NJ: Kedrion Biopharma Inc.; 2021. 2. World Health Organization. WHO Expert Consultation on Rabies, third report. Geneva: World Health Organization; 2018 (WHO Technical Report Series, No. 1012). Licence: CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 IGO. 3. Data on file. Kamada Ltd. 4. Billstein-Leber M, Carrillo CJD, Cassano AT, Moline K, Robertson JJ. ASHP Guidelines on Preventing Medication Errors in Hospitals. Am J Health Syst Pharm. 2018;75:1493-1517. doi: 10.2146/ajhp170811. 5. Health and Disease Blog. Rabies virus: properties, mode of transmission, pathogenesis, types, prevention, vaccination, lab diagnosis. https://www.healthdiseaseblog.com/2013/02/rabies-virus-properties-disease-transmission-pathogenesis-neurotrophicvirus-types-of-rabies-virus-street-virus-fixed-virus-vaccine-lab-diagnosis.html. Accessed October 19, 2020.