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Factor IX information from DrugsUpdate  

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Factor IX is indicated for the treatment and prevention of bleeding disorders such as haemophilia B (Christmas disease) due to factor IX deficiency. Factor IX can be used with fresh-frozen plasma to reverse courmarin induced hemorrhage. Factor IX is also indicated for the treatment of hemophilia A patients with factor VIII

Pharmacodynamics

No information available

Pharmacokinetics

No information available

Factor IX Indications / Factor IX Uses

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Factor IX Adverse Reactions / Factor IX Side Effects

Some of the common adverse events of Factor IX are tingling, transient fever, chills and headache. Other rare, serious adverse events of Factor IX are hepatitis and viral diseases, thrombosis including DIC.

Precautions

Factor IX is contraindicated in patients who need to undergo elective surgery, liver diseases patients, severe injury or infections, unusual allergic reactions to plasma products or synthetic compounds and other bleeding or clotting disorders.

Special Precautions

No information available

Other Drug Interactions

Do not co-administer aminocaproic acid while administering Factor IX. It may lead to serious thrombosis.

Other Interactions

No information available

Dosage

The dosage and duration of Factor IX therapy should be individualized.
For maintenance therapy, consider administration of 10-20 IU/kg body weight, every day.

For patients who have inhibitors against Factor VIII, consider administration of 75 IU/kg and continue second dose after 12 hours, if needed.

If tolerated, the rate of administration should be 100 IU/minute.

Food(before/after)

List of Contraindications

Factor IX and Pregnancy

USFDA pregnancy category C. May be or may not be harmful to an unborn baby. Consult your doctor if you are in gestation or planning to have a baby during Factor IX treatment.

Factor IX and Lactation

It is not known whether Factor IX can pass through the breast milk or not. Nursing mothers should avoid breastfeeding while taking Factor IX.

Factor IX and Children

No adequate clinical studies to demonstrate the safety of Factor IX among children

Factor IX and Geriatic

No information available

Factor IX and Other Contraindications

No information available

Storage

No information available

Lab interference

No information available

Factor IX brands in India:

Immunine Preconativ

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