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USES: Factor IX is a part of blood needed for clotting which stops bleeding. Persons with low Factor levels are at risk for bleeding. This medication is used to prevent or control bleeding episodes in persons with low Factor levels (hemophilia, Christmas disease). It is also used to reverse the effects of warfarin blood thinner.
Factor IX is a part of blood needed for clotting which stops bleeding. Persons with low Factor levels are at risk for bleeding. This medication is used to prevent or control bleeding episodes in persons with low Factor levels (hemophilia, Christmas disease). It is also used to reverse the effects of warfarin blood thinner. Notes
Laboratory tests may be done periodically while taking this medication to monitor its effects and guide therapy.
Store this medication according to the manufacturer's instructions.
HOW TO USE THIS MEDICATION: This medication is given by injection by a health care professional.
The dose and length of therapy is based on your condition and response.
Fever, chills, tingling, itching, headache, flushing, nausea and vomiting have been reported.
If any of these effects continue or become bothersome, inform your doctor.
Notify your doctor if you develop chest pain, breathing trouble, redness, pain or warmth in the calf or a skin rash while using this medication.
If you notice other effects not listed above, contact your doctor or pharmacist.
Tell your doctor if you have any pre-existing illnesses, liver disease or any allergies.
Remind your doctor you are using this medication if you are scheduled for any surgical or dental procedures.
Because this medication is prepared from human blood, there is a risk of contracting a virus from using this.
Careful screening of blood donors, special manufacturing methods and FDA-approved tests are all used to reduce this risk.
Discuss this with your doctor.
This medication should be used only if clearly needed during pregnancy.
Discuss the risks and benefits with your doctor.
It is not known if this medication is found in breast milk.
Consult your doctor before breast-feeding.
If you miss a dose, check with your doctor for instructions.
Tell your doctor of any over-the-counter or prescription medication you may take including aminocaproic acid.
Do not start or stop any medicine without doctor or pharmacist approval.
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