Session: 322. Disorders of Coagulation or Fibrinolysis: Clinical and Epidemiological: Poster II
Hematology Disease Topics & Pathways:
Bleeding and Clotting, Hemophilia, Clinically Relevant, Diseases
Methods: In this study, PK parameters (calculated by DAS software), including half-life and in vivo recovery(IVR), were used to guide individualized replacement therapy for surgical patients with hemophilia A. PK profiles were described by a two-compartment model. The collection of perioperative factor VIII(FVIII) plasma concentrations, factor consumption, and blood loss data was used to verify the efficacy of individualized programs.
Results: A total of 46 patients underwent 50 surgeries (median age: 32 years, median weight: 60.5 kg), all of which were major surgeries. The median half-life was 15.44h, and the median IVR was 2.29IU dl-1/IU kg-1. In total, 50 surgeries contributed with 528 plasma FVIII activity observations, of which 310 (58.71%) entered the target range. The median intraoperative blood loss of 43 surgeries was 446.9ml. No severe complications occurred during the perioperative period. Hematomas appeared after six surgeries, which have been resolved after treatment at discharge. Inhibitor developed in one patient and was transient. The median consumption of FⅧ concentrates during the perioperative period was 511.7U/kg, which reduced by 26.69% compared with the dosage based on weight (648.3U/kg, P＜0.001). During the perioperative period, the actual factor consumption was consistent with the PK-guided plan (P>0.05). In addition, a negative correlation was found between intraoperative blood loss and immediate postoperative FVIII activity (r= -0.477, P=0.001).
Disclosures: No relevant conflicts of interest to declare.
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