Hemophilia

Haemophilia is a common hereditary bleeding disorder and is caused either by a lack of coagulation factor VIII or IX. The extent of the factor deficiency determines the probability and severity of bleeding. Bleeding in deeper tissue or joints mostly develop within hours after trauma. the diagnosis by a specific factor analysis is confirmed. The suspected hemophilia, patients with prolonged PTT and normal PT with normal platelet counts. If acute…

September 3, 2018
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Understanding Hemophilia

January 15, 2016

Hemophilia is a rare blood disorder, which prevents the  The blood usually is lacking the sufficient blood clotting proteins. Individuals with hemophilia may bleed for a longer period after an injury because the blood is not clotting normally. In most cases small cuts and scratches are not usually problems. The greater health concerns stem from internal bleeding, particularly in the elbows, knees, and ankles. Internal bleeding can lead to organ…

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