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What is Feiba VH?

Feiba VH (also known under the generic name of anti-inhibitor coagulant complex) is an injectable blood-clotting medication your doctor may prescribe if you have hemophilia and factor VIII inhibitors. Feiba VH contains the proteins your blood needs in order to clot properly. It can help control or prevent episodes of bleeding, including those caused by surgery.

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