Jivi® is an extended-half-life rFVIII with unique step-wise dosing1,2

Start simply. For all prophylaxis patients the recommended starting regimen is Jivi twice weekly (30-40 IU/kg). Step up. Based on bleeding episodes, less frequent dosing of Jivi every 5 days (45-60 IU/kg) can be used. Fine tune. Based on bleeding episodes, the dosing frequency may be further adjusted up or down.
  • IU, international units; kg, kilograms; rFVIII, recombinant Factor VIII.
Ask your doctor about the dosing frequency that is best for you.

Jivi® is available in a range of vial sizes.1

500 IU Range. 1000 IU Range. 2000 IU Range. 3000 IU Range.

Learn how to use Jivi® with Vial Adapter.

Download the Vial Adapter step-by-step instructions for preparing Jivi®.

Reconstitute and administer Jivi® with the components provided with each package. If any component of the package is opened or damaged, do not use this component. Work on a clean surface and wash hands thoroughly using soap and warm water before performing the procedures.

Make sure to download the Instructions For Use using the link above and read for more detailed information.

Jivi® is available with the Vial Adapter needleless reconstitution system, which contains1:

  • Vial Adapter, with built-in 15-micrometer filter
  • 2.5-mL diluent in a 5-mL syringe
  • 25-gauge butterfly needle
Jivi® antihemophilic factor (recombinant), PEGylated-aucl, vial adapter kit
Thermometer icon 77 degrees

Store Jivi® at 36°F to 46°F for up to 24 months from the date of manufacture

  • Do not freeze
  • Within this period, Jivi® may be stored for a single period of up to 6 months at temperatures up to 77°F
  • Record the starting date of room-temperature storage clearly on the unopened product carton
  • Once stored at room temperature, do not return the product to the refrigerator
  • The shelf life expires after storage at room temperature for 6 months, or after the expiration date on the product vial, whichever is earlier
  • Store vials in their original carton and protect them from extreme exposure to light1