In all bleeds in hemophilia A
and B with inhibitorsc
Proven bleed control for hemophilia B with inhibitors.
NovoSeven® RT offers effective treatment that people with hemophilia B with inhibitors have trusted for more than 30 years.a
It has proven clinical trial and real-world experience in hemophilia B with inhibitors, and it’s the only recombinant factor VIIa (rFVIIa) approved for people of all ages—kids, adolescents, and adults.
Why NovoSeven® RT?
Why NovoSeven® RT?
aFor people with hemophilia A or B with inhibitors.
Get fast bleed control—even for the most life-threatening bleeds.b
In all bleeds in hemophilia A
All bleeds refers to joint, target joint, skin, and mucous membrane, muscle,
and other bleeding episodes (n=227 bleeding episodes).
In all severe
A total of 518 severe bleeding episodes were studied. Bleeds included muscle, ENT (ear, nose, throat), CNS, joint and internal/retroperitoneal bleeds.
In children within a trial with patients with hemophilia A and B with and without inhibitors
20 children younger than 12 and 8 children ages 12 to 16 were studied. Bleeds included joint, muscle and mucous membrane bleeds.
bIn compassionate use situations including surgery, central nervous system hemorrhages, severe intra-abdominal bleeding, and other life-threatening bleeding episodes.
cProven effective in the adept™2 study, one of the largest clinical trials conducted in patients with hemophilia with inhibitors. The adept™2 study included people with people with hemophilia A with inhibitors (n=66) and people with hemophilia B with inhibitors (n=6). Of those who participated in the study, 57 were treated with NovoSeven® RT and 67 were treated with vatreptacog.
dData shown from compassionate use program and 2 clinical studies including patients with hemophilia A or B with or without inhibitors and acquired hemophilia.
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Established safety profile that comes from experience.e
In clinical trials of NovoSeven® RT, a low rate of blood clots (0.2% of bleeds) was reported in patients with congenital hemophilia.f The most common and serious side effects are blood clots. It’s the first FDA-approved recombinant bypassing agent for hemophilia with inhibitors. It’s the only FDA-approved bypassing agent for all ages in people with hemophilia with inhibitors.
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eCompassionate use, also known as expanded access, began enrolling in 1988; FDA approval received in 1999.
fFor people with hemophilia A or B with inhibitors.
gIn people with acquired hemophilia, NovoSeven® RT is only indicated for adults.
Fast to infuse.
Faster infusion means NovoSeven® RT gets to work stopping bleeds more quickly.
NovoSeven® RT (90 mcg/kg)
FEIBA (75 U/kg)
- Infusing takes 2 to 5 minutes
- NovoSeven® RT is up to 18x faster to infuse than FEIBAh-j
Fast bleed control.
Helps control joint bleeds in as few as 5 hours with a median of 2 doses.j
- NovoSeven® RT can be redosed every 2 hours,k which lets you dose as needed to get bleeds under control fast
- Your hemophilia treatment center (HTC) and your doctor will help you decide which dosing schedule is best for you
hAdminister as a slow bolus injection over 2 to 5 minutes, depending on the dose administered.
iIndividual doses are compared and based on an 88-kg (194-lb) person.
jPatients are cautioned that the maximum injection or infusion rate must not exceed 2 units per kilogram of body weight per minute.
kBased on individual dosage for joint bleeds in people with hemophilia A or B with and without inhibitors.
Miguel is a dad and a carpenter who was diagnosed with hemophilia B at birth and developed an inhibitor as a child. Watch his story to learn about his challenges and accomplishments growing up with hemophilia, and to see how the lower volume, fast infusion time, and compact packaging of NovoSeven® RT fits into his routine.
Room-temperature stable and travel ready.
NovoSeven® RT comes in compact packaging, and is room-temperature stable up to 77°F, so you can be on the go.l
lNovoSeven® RT should be stored between 36°F and 77°F.
For complete storage information, please see Prescribing Information.
Quick to mix.m
NovoSeven® RT with MixPro® makes mixing a dose fast. The prefilled syringe means no extra steps to fill a syringe with diluent. See how to prepare a dose with MixPro® in our video.
After mixing, NovoSeven® RT may be stored at room temperature in the vial for up to 3 hours.n
mCompared with mixing using histidine vials.
nFor complete storage and handling instructions, please see Prescribing Information.
What if I need surgery or a procedure?
We understand that you have concerns about controlling bleeds if you ever need surgery or a procedure. The good news is that NovoSeven® RT is approved by the FDA for treating people with hemophilia A or B with inhibitors during and after surgery and procedures.
In fact, in a clinical trial, NovoSeven® RT was proven to effectively control bleeds throughout the surgical process. Here are the results:
Percentage of patients with satisfactory bleed control:
The postoperative period: essential to surgical success
Talk with your doctor for more information on controlling bleeds during and after surgery or a procedure.
About hemophilia B with inhibitors.
What is hemophilia B?
Hemophilia is a bleeding disorder that prevents blood from clotting properly. There are a number of proteins in blood, called “clotting factors,” that work together in a series of steps to form blood clots. People with hemophilia B are missing factor IX. Hemophilia mostly affects men, but it can also affect women. And although many people inherit the condition, about 1/3 of people with hemophilia don’t have a family history of it.
What are inhibitors?
Inhibitors are a complication of hemophilia. People with severe hemophilia A or B are usually treated by replacing the missing factor VIII or factor IX through infusion. For some people, however, this treatment does not work. Their bodies react as though the treatment is an invader and their immune system develops antibodies, or “inhibitors,” that attack and neutralize the factor VIII or IX. When this happens, the factor is not able to stop the bleeding.