Factor 7 Deficiency Treatment
There is no cure for factor 7 deficiency. Treatment for bleeding complications due to factor 10 deficiency usually includes fresh frozen plasma, factor 7 concentrate, and vitamin K. Patients should avoid aspirin, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications, and other medications that can promote bleeding.
Treatment for factor 7 deficiency may include:
- Fresh frozen plasma
- Factor 7 concentrate:
- During periods of bleeding
- Avoid aspirin
- Avoid nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications:
- Avoid medications that cause bleeding
For more information:
Factor 7 Deficiency Specialist
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