There are 8 Medications that may be used to treat coagulation protein disorders.
There are 4 Medications that may help prevent coagulation protein disorders (NIH).
There are 5 Medications that should be avoided if you have coagulation protein disorders. If you have coagulation protein disorders and are taking one of these medications, speak to your healthcare professional.
Desmopressin is classified as a Factor VIII Activator. Desmopressin, an ingredient in the more commonly known brands DDAVP, Minirin and Stimate, may be used to treat Coagulation Protein Disorders.
Factor Ix is included in 7 brands sold in the US including Alphanine SD, BeneFIX and IDELVION
Factor Viia is more commonly known as the brand Novoseven.
Factor Viii is included in 17 brands sold in the US including Advate, Adynovate and Afstyla
Vitamin K is more commonly known as the brand Viactiv Calcium Plus D.
Vitamin K 1
Vitamin K 1 is classified as a Vitamin K. Vitamin K 1 is included in 5 brands sold in the US including Infuvite, Infuvite Pediatric and MVI Pediatric
Vitamin K 3