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Factor Ix Complex Dosage

Medically reviewed on March 15, 2017.

Applies to the following strengths: human

Usual Adult Dose for Factor IX Deficiency

Units required to raise blood level percentages: 1.0 unit/kg x body weight (in kg) x desired increase (% of normal).
In preparation for and following surgery, levels above 25%, maintained for at least a week after surgery, are suggested. Laboratory control to assure such levels is recommended. To maintain levels above 25% for a reasonable time, each dose should be calculated to raise the level to 40% to 60% of normal.

Usual Adult Dose for Hemophilia B

Units required to raise blood level percentages: 1.0 unit/kg x body weight (in kg) x desired increase (% of normal).
In preparation for and following surgery, levels above 25%, maintained for at least a week after surgery, are suggested. Laboratory control to assure such levels is recommended. To maintain levels above 25% for a reasonable time, each dose should be calculated to raise the level to 40% to 60% of normal.

Usual Adult Dose for Factor VII Deficiency

Proplex T (only):
Units required to raise blood level percentages: 0.5 unit/kg x body weight (in kg) x desired increase (% of normal). Repeat dose every 4 to 6 hours as needed.
In preparation for and following surgery, levels above 25%, maintained for at least a week after surgery, are suggested. Laboratory control to assure such levels is recommended. To maintain levels above 25% for a reasonable time, each dose should be calculated to raise the level to 40 to 60% of normal.

Usual Adult Dose for Hemophilia A with Inhibitors

Proplex T (only):
Treatment of hemarthroses occurring in hemophiliacs with inhibitors to Factor VIII:
75 Factor IX units per kg of body weight.

Renal Dose Adjustments

Data not available

Liver Dose Adjustments

Data not available

Dialysis

Data not available

Further information

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