Meeting the Ever-changing Needs of Pediatric MTP
Postpartum Hemorrhage and Target-Directed MTP Lessons-Learned about Fibrinogen Replacement
Presented during the AABB Science and Innovation Forum:
Benefits of Early Fibrinogen Supplementation in Hemorrhage Treatment and Experience with Pathogen Reduced Cryoprecipitated Fibrinogen Complex (INTERCEPT® Fibrinogen Complex)
Hospitals across the U.S. are implementing Pathogen Reduced Cryoprecipitated Fibrinogen Complex, also known as INTERCEPT® Fibrinogen Complex (IFC), to ensure an enriched source of fibrinogen, factor XIII, vWF, and other constituents is ready to transfuse immediately* when minutes matter. Shiu-Ki Rocky Hui, MD from Texas Children’s Hospital discusses the importance of early fibrinogen supplementation in hemorrhage.
Shiu-Ki Rocky Hui, MD
Medical Director, Blood Bank and Adult Pheresis, Texas Children’s Hospitals
Associate Medical Director, Division of Transfusion Medicine & Coagulation, Texas Children’s Hospitals
Associate Professor, Department of Pathology and Pediatrics, Baylor College of Medicine
Dr. Shiu-Ki Rocky Hui received his medical degree at University of Illinois in Chicago. He then went on to his residency training at The University of Chicago in Clinical Pathology, and his Blood Banking and Transfusion Medicine fellowship at the Blood Center of Wisconsin in Milwaukee.
Dr. Hui has been with Texas Children’s Hospitals and Baylor College of Medicine since 2010 and is currently serving as the Medical Director for the Blood Bank and Adult Apheresis service for the Texas Children’s Hospitals. His clinical and research focuses have been on the integration of coagulation management and transfusion supports. He has published on various topics including ECMO anticoagulation and transfusion management, massive transfusion support in post-partum hemorrhage, transfusion management for liver transplant candidates, and the impact of transfusion on morbidity and mortality among critically ill patients.
*INTERCEPT Fibrinogen Complex is available for immediate use for up to 5 days when stored thawed; when stored frozen, requires thawing prior to use.