OctaplasLG is indicated for use in patients undergoing cardiac surgery who require replacement of multiple clotting factors. The use of OctaplasLG over single-donor fresh frozen plasma (FFP) may have beneficial effects when considering the transmission of enveloped viruses. Additionally, it has the potential for fewer adverse reactions, reduced disease transmission, and a more homogenous coagulation factor composition. However, its efficacy and safety have not yet been evaluated in the pediatric population. Pediatric patients aged less than 2 years old and less than 10 kg, who underwent complete tetralogy of Fallot repair and received either OctaplasLG or FFP intraoperatively were identified over a 10-year period for this retrospective analysis. A review of case notes, intra-operative, and laboratory data were used to assess intraoperative blood product usage, blood loss, and postoperative coagulopathy. Data were analyzed to assess the efficacy of OctaplasLG in achieving hemostasis when compared to FFP. Results showed clinically better hemostasis postoperatively in OctaplasLG group compared with FFP group and better coagulation results. OctaplasLG was as effective as FFP when used in pediatric patients undergoing cardiac surgery.