antihemophilic human plasma
Normal human plasma in which the labile antihemophilic globulin component has been preserved, used to temporarily relieve dysfunction of the hemostatic mechanism in hemophilia.
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- antihemophilic factor,
- antihemophilic globulin,
- antihemophilic globulin a,
- antihemophilic globulin b,
- antihemorrhagic factor,
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