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Move beyond the threshold with Esperoct®

Esperoct® offers patients with haemophilia A a treatment tailored to their needs with higher FVIII activity levels and low ABR allowing them to move beyond the conventional limitations of haemophilia A1-4.
Take life on with Refixia®

Refixia® is an extended half-life recombinant FIX used in routine prophylaxis as well as for bleed control and surgical procedure for HB patients5. Refixia® once weekly prophylaxis gives your patient the confidence to live beyond haemophilia B maintaining high FIX activity level in the non-haemophilia range most of the time5-9.


Esperoct® Summary of Product Characteristics, 2020.


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Giangrande P et al. J Thromb Haemost 2020; 18:5–14


Refixia® Summary of Product Characteristics, 2022.


Collins PW et al. Blood 2014; 124:3880–3886.


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Tiede A et al. Haemophilia 2017; 23:547–555.


Young G et al. Thromb Res 2016; 141:69–76.