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haemophilia

(US), hemophilia
an inheritable disease, usually affecting only males but transmitted by women to their male children, characterized by loss or impairment of the normal clotting ability of blood so that a minor wound may result in fatal bleeding
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The team's key aims are to improve the centre's laboratory, physiotherapy and rehabilitation services and preventative treatments to improve the quality of life for people living with haemophilia.
This condition also sometimes led to desertion by their families, which has a huge emotional and financial impact on the boys with haemophilia and their parents.
This approval is great news for people in Europe with haemophilia A with inhibitors to factor VIII.
The bleeding episodes are treated with factor replacement therapy with either factor VIII for haemophilia A and factor IX for haemophilia B or with cryoprecipitate or fresh frozen plasma.
BHAP is the largest programme of its kind that recognizes and supports innovative research and educational initiatives to benefit the haemophilia community and exemplifies Bayer's mission of "Science for a Better Life.
This day is marked every year to show solidarity with the children who suffer from Haemophilia through out the world.
Inhibitor development in haemophilia B: an orphan disease in need of attention.
prophylaxis of bleeding in patients with haemophilia A and can be used for all age groups.
Haemophilia A is the most common inherited bleeding disorder and affects all population groups.
Haemophilia is a serious medical condition, resulting in prolonged or intensive episodes of bleeding.
Intracranial haemorrhage as initial presentation of severe haemophilia B: Case report and review of Mayo Clinic Comprehensive Hemophilia Center experience.
Background: Haemophilia B is X-linked recessive inherited disorder of factor IX deficiency.