Beriplex is made from human plasma (this is the liquid part of the blood) and it contains the human coagulation factors II, VII, IX and X.
Beriplex is presented as powder and solvent. It is a white or slightly coloured powder or friable solid. The made up solution is to be given by injection into a vein.
Beriplex is made from human plasma (this is the liquid part of the blood) and it contains the human coagulation factors II, VII, IX and X. Concentrates including these coagulation factors are called prothrombin complex products. The coagulation factors II, VII, IX and X are vitamin K- dependent and are important for blood clotting (coagulation). Lack of any of these factors means that blood does not clot as quickly as it should and so there is an increased tendency to bleed. The replacement of factors II, VII, IX and X with Beriplex will repair the coagulation mechanisms.
Beriplex is used for the prevention (during surgery) and treatment of bleedings caused by the acquired or congenital lack of vitamin K-dependent coagulation factors II, VII, IX and X in the blood, when purified specific coagulation factor products are not available.
Beriplex is presented as a white or slightly coloured powder and is supplied with water for injections as solvent. The powder should be dissolved with 20 ml of water for injections. The made-up solution should be clear or slightly opalescent, i.e. it might sparkle when held up to the light but must not contain any obvious particles.
One pack with 500 IU containing:
- 1 vial with powder
- 1 vial with 20 ml water for injections
- 1 filter transfer device 20/20
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