Clinical management

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Blood on a finger

Clinical management of Aquired Haemophilia (AH)

Factor XIII deficiency is an inherited bleeding disorder that is caused by a problem with factor XIII

Blood on a finger

Acute bleeding management

Factor XIII deficiency is an inherited bleeding disorder that is caused by a problem with factor XIII

Blood on a finger

Dosing considerations

Factor XIII deficiency is an inherited bleeding disorder that is caused by a problem with factor XIII

Blood on a finger

Recombinant activated factor VII (rFVIIa)

Factor XIII deficiency is an inherited bleeding disorder that is caused by a problem with factor XIII

Blood on a finger

Usage of using rFVIIa

Factor XIII deficiency is an inherited bleeding disorder that is caused by a problem with factor XIII

Blood on a finger

Plasma derived activated prothrombin complex concentrate (aPCC)

Factor XIII deficiency is an inherited bleeding disorder that is caused by a problem with factor XIII