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Feiba VH Immuno

Generic name: anti-inhibitor coagulant complex [an-TEE-in-HIB-i-tor-koe-AG-yoo-lant-KOM-plex]
The brand names are: Feiba, Feiba VH Immuno
The class of drug: miscellaneous coagulation modifiers

What is Feiba VH Immuno?

Feiba VH immunotherapy is a treatment for patients who have hemophilia and who have developed antibodies to clotting factor medication.

Hemophilia is an inherited blood-clotting disorder that is usually treated using medications that contain factors for clotting to help manage bleeding. If the body produces antibodies or "inhibitors" to the clotting factor, the treatment is less efficient in preventing bleeding episodes. Feiba VH Immuno works by blocking the inhibitors' effects to enhance blood clotting and reduce the chance of bleeding. Feiba VH is employed to manage or stop bleeding disorders in people suffering from hemophilia B or B who are suffering from inhibitors. Feiba VH Immuno is also utilized to manage bleeding that is related to surgical procedures in patients with hemophilia, as well as inhibitors. This medication is not intended for treating bleeding disorders in patients who are not affected by inhibitors.

Feiba VH Immuno may also be used for other purposes that are not covered in this medication guide.

Side effects of Feiba VH Immuno

Seek medical attention immediately. If you are experiencing symptoms or warning signs of a reaction, such as hives, wheezing or breathing difficulties, and swelling of your lips, face, or tongue,

Contact your physician or seek medical emergency assistance immediately if you suffer from:

  • Swelling, bruising, or pain around joints;
  • Heart attack symptoms: chest pressure or pain that spreads into your shoulder or jaw; nausea; sweating
  • Red blood cells are low (anemia)--pale skin and feeling lightheaded or sluggish, rapid heart rate, difficulty concentrating;
  • Indications of symptoms of a stroke—sudden weakening or numbness (especially on the opposite side) and sudden extreme headaches and slurred speech. Difficulties with balance or vision;
  • Symptoms for a clot of blood inside the lung, such as chest pain, an abrupt cough, wheezing and sneezing, fast breathing, and coughing up blood;
  • Symptoms that a blood clot has formed on your leg: swelling, pain, or warmth in both legs.

Common adverse reactions from Feiba VH Immuno could be:

  • Anemia;
  • Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea;
  • Bruising;
  • Changed taste perception; or
  • Positive hepatitis B antigen test.

This is not a comprehensive list of all side effects. Other side effects could occur. Contact your physician for advice regarding medical effects. You can report symptoms to the FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088.


Feiba VH Immuno may increase the chance of having a heart attack or stroke.

Consult your doctor or seek emergency medical attention immediately if you notice sudden weakness or numbness, a headache, or slurred speech. Also, chest pain, difficulty breathing, or a sudden cough that is accompanied by the sensation of warmth or blood within your leg

Before taking this medication

You shouldn't make use of Feiba VH Immuno if:

  • You have experienced a severe allergic reaction to Feiba VH Immuno or other antihemophilic elements.
  • You have a blood disorder known as disseminated intravascular coagulation.
  • You have a blood clot in any part of your body.
  • You have had an attack or stroke.

To be sure Feiba VH Immuno is safe for you, consult your physician if you suffer from:

  • Coronary arterial disease;
  • An occurrence of a heart attack, stroke, or blood clots
  • A recent major injury; or
  • A serious infection called sepsis.

It isn't known if this medication will cause harm to a baby who is not yet born. Inform your doctor if you are expecting or planning to be pregnant.It isn't known if the anti-inhibitor coagulant compound is present in breast milk or the risk to nursing babies. Consult your physician if you are breastfeeding your baby. Feiba VH Immuno is made from human plasma (part of the blood), which could be contaminated with infections and viruses. The plasma donated to the clinic is analyzed and treated to lower the chance of it being contaminated by infective agents, but there is a slight chance that it can transmit diseases. Discuss with your physician the dangers and benefits of this treatment.

How to take Feiba VH Immuno?

Feiba VH Immuno is injected into the vein via an IV. It is possible to be taught how to administer an IV at home. Don't inject yourself with the medicine if you do not know how to administer the injection properly, and eliminate IV tubing, needles, and any other devices that are used.

For treating a bleeding incident, the medicine is typically administered every 6–12 hours until the condition improves. For the routine prevention of bleeding, Feiba VH Immuno could be administered on a regular basis. Follow the doctor's instructions for dosage extremely carefully. If your child is taking this medicine, inform your physician if your child's weight has changed. weight. Feiba VH immunosuppressive doses are determined by weight in children. Any changes could impact the dose of your child.

Feiba VH Immuno is a powder medicine that needs to be mixed with liquid (diluent) prior to use. If you're using injectables yourself, make certain you know how to prepare and maintain the medication. Don't use the medication when it's changed color or contains particles. Consult your pharmacist about the latest medication.

Utilize an empty needle and syringe just once. Be sure to follow any local or state regulations regarding the disposal of needles and syringes that are no longer in use. Make sure you use puncture-proof "sharps" disposal containers (ask your pharmacist where you can get one and what to do with them). Make sure this container is out of reach of pets and children. The single-use bottle (bottle) that contains this medication is intended for use once only. Dispose of it after a single use, regardless of whether there's still some medication left after you have injected your dose.

Make sure to keep the medicine and diluent in the original container and keep them at room temperature, free of heat, moisture, and light. Don't allow the medication to cool down. After mixing Feiba VH Immuno with the diluent, keep the mixture at room temperature and use the product within three hours. Don't refrigerate the mixture.

Wear a warning tag. You should also carry an ID card that states you suffer from hemophilia. Any dentist, doctor, or emergency medical professional who cares for you must know that you suffer from an issue with blood clotting or bleeding.

What happens if I miss the dose?

Consult your physician for treatment in case you missed a dose of Feiba HV Immuno.

What happens if I overdose?

For medical emergencies, seek emergency medical attention or contact for help at the Poison Help Line at 1-800-222-1222.

What should be avoided?

Follow your doctor's advice regarding any limitations on foods, drinks, or activities.

Interaction with other drugs

Inform your doctor about all the medicines you are currently taking and all you are about to start or stop taking, in particular:

This list isn't complete. Other drugs can interfere with the anti-inhibitor complex, which includes prescription and over-the-counter medications, vitamins, and herbal remedies. The interactions of all drugs are included in this guideline for medication.