Taking FEIBA

Infusing, at home and on your own.

Loren, Actual FEIBA Patient

Once you and your doctor determine your dose and you receive training, you can infuse at home with a few steps. Create a comfortable routine and get ready to infuse.

FIND the right dose.

  • FEIBA comes in 3 dosage strengths: 500 units, 1000 units, and 2500 units.1
  • Color-coded boxes and vial labels make it easy to identify each dose level.
  • Work with your doctor to decide which strength is right for you.

Store at room temperature.

  • Choose a cabinet, closet, drawer, or cupboard that keeps FEIBA away from direct sunlight and extreme hot or cold.
  • Storage conditions should not exceed 77°F (25°C).
  • Store FEIBA in its original package to protect it from light.
  • Avoid freezing. It could damage the diluent vial.1

PREP in just 3 steps.

FEIBA comes packaged with the BAXJECT II Hi-Flow Needleless Transfer Device. Mixing with the BAXJECT II Hi-Flow device requires fewer steps than the previous BAXJECT device, and it's color-coded for more intuitive reconstitution (also known as "mixing").1,14

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Connect the diluent vial.

2

Connect the FEIBA vial.

3

Withdraw mixed FEIBA.

BAXJECT II Hi-Flow Product Information
Rx only
. For safe and proper use of this device, please refer to the Instructions for Use in the FEIBA full Prescribing Information.

NOTE: The BAXJECT II Hi-Flow device should be used only with FEIBA. The BAXJECT II Hi-Flow device is intended for use with a single vial of product and is for single use only. Therefore, reconstitution and withdrawing a second vial into the syringe requires a second BAXJECT II Hi-Flow device.

Get the step-by-step details.

See how to mix and prep FEIBA.

Find troubleshooting tips.

FEIBA contains no preservatives. Aseptic technique should be used throughout the entire reconstitution process and the solution should then be used immediately.

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SET THE MOOD WHILE YOU INFUSE.

It's important to remain still while you're infusing. Relax with music and soft lighting or find an activity that can help you stay calm. Read, watch a movie, or call Grandma Betty. She always loves to hear from you.

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FEIBA [Anti-Inhibitor Coagulant Complex] Indications

What is FEIBA used for?
FEIBA (Anti-Inhibitor Coagulant Complex) is used for people with Hemophilia A or B with Inhibitors to control and prevent bleeding episodes, before surgery, or routinely to prevent or reduce the number of bleeding episodes. It is NOT used to treat bleeding conditions without inhibitors to Factor VIII or Factor IX.

Detailed Important Risk Information

When should I not take FEIBA?
You should not take FEIBA if you have had hypersensitivity or an allergic reaction to FEIBA or any of its components, including factors of the kinin generating system, if you have a condition called Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation, which is small blood clots in various organs throughout the body, or currently have blood clots or are having a heart attack. Make sure to talk to your healthcare provider about your medical history.

What Warnings should I know about FEIBA?
FEIBA can cause blood clots, including clots in the lungs, heart attack, or stroke, particularly after high doses of FEIBA or in people with a high risk of blood clots. Patients that have a risk of developing blood clots should discuss the risks and benefits of FEIBA with their healthcare provider since FEIBA may cause blood clots. FEIBA can cause hypersensitivity or allergic reactions and infusions site reactions, and these reactions can be serious. Because FEIBA is made from human plasma, it may carry the risk of transmitting infectious agents, for example, viruses, including Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD) agent, and the variant CJD agent. Although steps have been taken to minimize the risk of virus transmission, there is still a potential risk of virus transmission.

What should I tell my healthcare provider?
Make sure to discuss all health conditions and medications with your healthcare provider. If you are pregnant or are planning to become pregnant, or are a nursing mother, make sure to talk with your healthcare provider for advice on using FEIBA.

What are the side effects of FEIBA?
The most frequent side effects of FEIBA are: low red blood cell count, diarrhea, joint pain, hepatitis B surface antibody positivity, nausea, and vomiting. The most serious side effects of FEIBA include: hypersensitivity reactions, including anaphylaxis, stroke, blood clots in the lungs, and blood clots in the veins. Always immediately talk with your healthcare provider if you think you are experiencing a side effect.

What other medications might interact with FEIBA?
The use of other clotting agents with FEIBA is not recommended, for example, tranexamic acid and aminocaproic acid. Be sure to talk with your healthcare provider and pharmacist about all medications and supplements you are taking.

You are encouraged to report negative side effects of prescription drugs to the FDA. Visit www.fda.gov/medwatch, or call 1-800-FDA-1088.

The risk information provided here is not comprehensive. To learn more, talk about FEIBA with your healthcare provider or pharmacist. The FDA-approved product labeling can be found at http://www.feiba.com/us/forms/feiba_pi.pdf or by calling 1-800-423-2090 and selecting option 5.