How to Get Evusheld Therapy in Los Angeles

Despite the many vaccines available to fight against COVID-19, there are still some that are unable to take advantage of it. This can leave many feeling tremendous anxiety at the increased risk of exposure.

Whether it’s because of allergic reactions or a compromised immune system, there are some in Los Angeles that need an alternative to the vaccine. Thankfully, Evusheld is a great option for these people.

What is Evusheld

Evusheld is a combo of two medications, tixagevimab, and cilgavimab, injected right after the other. They are antibodies that enter your immune system and provide an extra barrier of protection against being infected with COVID-19. It’s not a replacement for the vaccine but provides a barrier of protection for the unvaccinated. Treatment lasts for up to 6 months.

Who is this for?

If you are healthy enough and qualified to receive the vaccine, that should be the first choice for anyone. Evusheld was designed for those immunocompromised, allergic to the vaccine, or on medication that suppresses their immune system. It’s best to consult a medical professional to be sure.

How can I receive Evusheld treatment?

The good news for Los Angeles residents is that they can receive treatment without leaving the comfort of home or the convenience of the office. While you can certainly go to a clinic, many who qualify for this treatment find it better to reduce the risk of exposure and receive personalized in-home treatment from a medical professional.

Evusheld Antibody Therapy with Drip Hydration

Authorized by the FDA under the emergency use authorization (EUA), EVUSHELD is a treatment that may prevent COVID-19 in eligible individuals.

EVUSHELD is a monoclonal antibody therapy that aims to prevent COVID-19 in adults and adolescents aged 12 and over who meet eligibility criteria. A single dose that consists of two separate injections provides long-lasting protection against the COVID-19 virus in individuals who are not currently infected with the virus.

Appointments only take a few minutes. One of our registered nurses will come to your location to administer the injection. Contact us today to get started!