Dosing Options

BeneFIX provides dosing options to meet the needs of your patients2

FOR ROUTINE PROPHYLAXIS (patients ≥16 years old):

  • The recommended regimen is 100 IU/kg once weekly
  • Dosing amount and frequency should be adjusted based on individual needs and clinical response

FOR ON-DEMAND BLEED CONTROL:

  • Dosing and duration should be individually determined for each patient, taking into account age and duration, severity of the factor IX deficiency, location and extent of bleed, clinical conditions, and recovery of factor IX

BeneFIX can be stored at room temperature or refrigerated, from 2°C to 30°C/36°F to 86°F, for up to 2 years until expiration. BeneFIX cannot be frozen.2

Available in a wide range of vial sizes

  • All doses come with the same 5-mL diluent2

How to calculate dosing

Dosing and duration should be individually determined for each patient, taking into account age and duration, severity of the factor IX deficiency, location and extent of bleed, clinical conditions, and recovery of factor IX.2


The BeneFIX Rapid Reconstitution (R2) Kit offers a fast preparation process2

Travel-ready kit with room temperature storage2

Gauze pad, bandage, alcohol swabs
Needleless rapid reconstitution reduces the risk of punctures
25-gauge Terumo® safety shield needle
Clear vial adapter to confirm a good connection
Prefilled diluent syringe means fewer components and fast preparation

Convenient room temperature storage

  • 2ºC to 30ºC/36ºF to 86ºF2
  • Up to 2 years until expiration
  • Do not use BeneFIX after the expiration date on the label2
  • Do not freeze to prevent damage to the diluent syringe2
  • The product does not contain a preservative and should be used within 3 hours of reconstitution2

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