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​von Willebrand Concentrate/Coagulation Factor VIII

Transfusion Medicine

​Alternate Product Names
  • ​Humate P
  • Von Willebrand Factor Concentrate
  • Wilate
  • ​Treatment and prevention of bleeding episodes in adult and pediatric patients in all types of congenital von Willebrand Disease
  • Treatment and prevention of bleeding episodes in adult patients with congenital factor VIII deficiency (Hemophilia A) 
​Resource Information

​Product Monographs:

Product Information:

Size/Volume Available
  • wilate® (Human von Willebrand Factor and Human Coagulation Factor VIII)
    • Volumes Available: 500 IU
  • Humate-P® (Antihemophilic Factor/von Willebrand factor Complex (Human))
    • Volumes Available: 1000 IU, 2000 IU
  • Products not listed may be available through Canadian Blood Services by contacting Transfusion Medicine or your site laboratory
​Yes​No​No​Contact your site laboratory
  • ​SCH and SPH requests will be transported from RUH as requests are received
Pretransfusion Testing Requirements
  • ​None required
Forms Required



  • Contact your site laboratory

Home infusion program:

  • Consultation with a Hematologist is recommended for dose determination
  • Specify type of coagulation concentrate and dosage required, based on clinical indication
  • Humate P® - Order by IU of von Willebrand Factor (vWF)
    • Ratio of vWF to FVIII is 2:1
  • wilate® - Order by IU of Factor VIII
    • Ratio of vWF to FVIII is 1:1
  • Off label requests for anyone other than bleeding disorders patients must be approved by the Transfusion Medicine Medical Physician


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Laboratory Controlled Document LSM-56 v6

Last Modified: Tuesday, April 24, 2018 |
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