Aseptics are a new treatment for people with severe hemophilia A. They are an intervention to prevent severe infections by using a small dose of antibiotics.
Antisceptors are drugs that target the cells in the blood vessels that cause the infection.
The treatment is usually given as a single injection that is administered via an IV.
The drug can also be given by mouth.
Asepics can also treat other conditions that cause hemophiliacs to have severe and persistent symptoms.
The medications used in Aseppa, or “episodic antepsis,” are the most common form of Asephasis surgery in the U.S. The term “epidemic” refers to a large number of symptoms occurring at the same time.
Symptoms can include: an elevated blood pressure