FACTOR VIII DEFICIENT PLASMA NATIVE
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|4-5154007||5 x 1,0 mL||100 ||
|4-5154016||50 x 1,0 mL||1 000 ||
Factor VIII deficient plasma for the determination of Coagulation Factor VIII by one-stage method.
Factor VIII Deficient Plasma is a lyophilised, stabilised human Haemophilia A plasma with a Factor VIII content of <1 %.
Factor VIII deficient plasma is used in the determination of Coagulation Factor VIII by one-stage method based on the Activated Partial Thromboplastin Time (aPTT).
Features & benefits
Do not contain inhibitor antibodies.
Factors of the intrinsic Pathway are tested with activated Partial Thromboplastin Time (aPTT) reagents using plasma deficient of Factor VIII, IX, XI and XII as well as Fitzgerald and Fletcher Trait Plasma.
Deficient Plasmas are lyophilised from human plasma
All other coagulation factors are in the normal range.
All deﬁcient plasma have been obtained from patients with congenital deficiencies.