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Esperoct® can take the heat
Esperoct® is the ONLY extended half-life product that handles temperatures over 86°F.
With maximum temperatures of 104°F for up to 3 months, Esperoct® is there for you, wherever life takes you.
Heat can happen when you’re least expecting it. But that’s when the 104°F temperature stability of Esperoct® really shines.
Why storage temperature matters
You protect your factor because your factor protects you. If a treatment becomes too hot or too cold, it could affect how it works. The high temperature stability of Esperoct® (from 36°F to 104°F) keeps you more prepared for life’s adventures or unexpected moments.
of caregivers and people living with hemophilia A prefer Factor VIII products with higher storage temperatures.a
aFrom a web-based survey of 145 patients and caregivers.
Whatever the weather—
Wherever you are based, you may find Esperoct®—which can handle temperatures from 36°F to 104°F—a more practical choice, based on its storage capabilities.b
When you're searching for shade
For up to 3 months—it's the only EHL factor that can handle temperatures between 86°F and 104°F
When it's heating up
For up to 12 months
When it's just right
For up to 12 months
When it's being kept cool
For up to 30 months
And up to 4 hours after reconstitution up to 86°F
bUse Esperoct® within 4 hours after reconstitution when stored at ≤86°F (30°C) or within 24 hours when stored in the refrigerator. Store the reconstituted product in the vial.
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Your frequently asked questions answered.
Question: Do I have to keep my Esperoct® in the fridge at all times?
Answer: No, you don’t. Esperoct® can be stored at room temperature up to 86°F for up to 12 months and up to 104°F for up to 3 months. This gives you more flexibility with how you transport your factor when you leave the house or go on vacation. Just make sure that you mark the date you take it out of the fridge so you can keep track. See Prescribing Information for full storage details.