Is recombinant Factor VIIa free of viral contamination?
  Recombinant Factor VIIa is a recombinant product and does not contain any human plasma components. Neither albumin nor any other human protein is used in the manufacturing process. This means that there is no risk of transmission of human viruses or of new variant Creutzfeldt Jakob disease from material of human origin. Strict quality control standards are applied to the fermentation process and subsequent extensive purification measures and testing throughout the manufacturing process ensure the safety of recombinant Factor VIIa.
 
 
     
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