Generic Name and Formulations:
Antihemophilic Factor VIII:C (human) 250 IU, 500IU, 1000 IU, 1500 IU; per vial; lyophilized concentrate for IV infusion after reconstitution; contains albumin.
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Indications for MONOCLATE-P:
Treatment and surgical prophylaxis for Hemophilia A.
Adults and Children:
Dosage Required (IU) = Body Weight (kg) × Desired % Factor VIII Increase × 0.5. Individualize. Infusion rate: 2mL/min if tolerated. Mild hemorrhages: single infusion to attain 30% FVIII increase. Moderate hemorrhage or minor surgery: initially 15–25 IU/kg, then 10–15 IU/kg every 8–12hrs if needed. Severe hemorrhage: initially 40–50 IU/kg, then 20–25 IU/kg every 8–12hrs. Major surgery: give first dose 1 hour pre-op to attain 80–100% FVIII increase, then give a ½ dose 5 hours after first dose; maintain daily at ≥30% FVIII increase for 10–14 days post-op.
Mouse protein sensitivity.
Not for von Willebrand's disease. Confirm Factor VIII deficiency prior to treatment. Contains human plasma; monitor for possible infection transmission. Large or frequent dosing: monitor hematocrit for signs of progressive anemia. Monitor for development of Factor VIII inhibitors. Pregnancy (Cat.C).
Allergic reactions, chills, GI upset, inj site reactions, antibody formation.
Report any infections suspected to be transmitted by Monoclate-P to (800) 504-5434.
Single-dose vial—1 (w. diluent, supplies)
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