Listed are a series of questions regarding recombinant Factor VIIa, and other questions regarding Factor VIIa, tissue factor, and hemostasis. Please see the list of references for supporting information, article summaries listed on this site, and prescribing information. If you have any comments regarding these, please contact us at info@DocMD.com.

     Updated November 2, 2001.
What is human coagulation Factor VII or Factor VIIa?
What is the role of Factor VIIa in normal hemostasis?
How does recombinant Factor VIIa produce hemostasis?
What is the mechanism of action of recombinant Factor VIIa in hemophilia?
What is the simplified explanation of recombinant Factor VIIa’s hemostatic effect?
What are the current recommendations for use of recombinant Factor VIIa?
How is recombinant Factor VIIa supplied?
What are the pharmacokinetics of recombinant Factor VIIa?
What about the use of recombinant Factor VIIa in surgery?
How was recombinant Factor VIIa developed?
What is the difference between recombinant Factor VIIa and purified derived Factor Factor VIIa?
What is the cost of recombinant Factor VIIa?
What is the dosing regimen for recombinant Factor VIIa for hemophilia?
How do I monitor the therapeutic effects of recombinant Factor VIIa?
What are the effects of recombinant Factor VIIa on prothrombin time (PT)?
What are the effects of recombinant Factor VIIa on activated partial thromboplastin time (aPTT)?
What are the effects of recombinant Factor VIIa on Factor VIIa:C?
What are the effects of recombinant Factor VIIa on monitoring plasma Factor VIIa levels?
How do I monitor for possible systemic activation of coagulation?
Is recombinant Factor VIIa free of viral contamination?
What side effects are associated with the use of recombinant Factor VIIa?
What happens to the inhibitor level when my patient is using recombinant Factor VIIa?
Will recombinant Factor VIIa work in thrombocytopenia?
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