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Click here for ReFacto AF® (moroctocog alfa) Prescribing Information. Adverse event reporting information can be found at the bottom of the page.

Ordering the ReFacto AF Laboratory Standard

There are two ways of ordering Refacto AF Laboratory Standard online: via email, or via our ‘contact us’ form.

Orders for the ReFacto AF Laboratory Standard can be made via E-mail here.

The following information should be put into your request to ensure the shipment can be finalised as soon as possible:

  • Contact name (will be included on shipment paperwork)
  • Shipping address
  • Specific delivery time
  • Telephone number (will be included on shipment paperwork)
  • E-mail address
  • Number of ReFacto AF Laboratory standard cartons (each carton contains 10 vials)
  • The Customs’ import broker name and contact information (If applicable)

Request the ReFacto AF Laboratory Standard via our ‘contact us’ form

Please fill out the form and a member of the Pfizer UK Haemophilia team will aim to respond to you within 5 working days.

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Important Information

The standard is to be used to measure ReFacto AF levels and is not to be used for performing diagnostic FVIII tests. It should NOT be administered to patients. It is not intended for testing patients with normal levels of FVIII:C or patients receiving other FVIII concentrates other than ReFacto AF.

ReFacto AF Laboratory Standard PDF

We have put all of this information into a PDF format that can be downloaded for your reference.

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Find out how to use the ReFacto AF Laboratory Standard

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Find out about the safety profile of ReFacto AF

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PP-REF-GBR-0242. March 2021

Contact Pfizer

Speak to a member of the Pfizer Haemophilia team.

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Find out about ReFacto AF dosing

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Educational materials for children with haemophilia

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