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Afstyla antihemophilic factor

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Afstyla is a factor VIII therapy that provides long-lasting protection against bleeding for people with a bleeding disorder called hemophilia A.

Mechanism of action of Afstyla antihemophilic factor

Afstyla antihemophilic factor works by inhibiting the clotting factor VIII. In clinical trials, patients undergoing prophylaxis with AFSTYLA experienced a median annualized spontaneous bleeding rate (AsBR) of 0.00

Afstyla antihemophilic factor manufactured by

Afstyla antihemophilic factor is manufactured by CSL Behring

Clinical use of Afstyla antihemophilic factor

Indicated in adults and children with hemophilia A (congenital Factor VIII deficiency) for:

  1. On-demand treatment and control of bleeding episodes,
  2. Routine prophylaxis to reduce the frequency of bleeding episodes, and
  3. Perioperative management of bleeding.

Dosage and administration for Afstyla antihemophilic factor

It is used twice-weekly

Side effects of Afstyla antihemophilic factor

It is generally well tolerated with minimal side effects.

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