Haemophilia and other aspects

Hemophilia is a rare disease that is complex to diagnose and manage. It is a life threatening, life long condition caused by absence of or defective coagulation factors. Hemophiliac patients usually are under chronic stresses and consequently suffer from different psychological disorders. Anxiety for the risk of bleeding causes stress and difficulty in coping with the situation. Parents of children recently diagnosed with hemophilia often experience a period of shock, and they may feel stressed and emotional about their child’s condition.  Many of the complications of hemophilia, including intracranial hemorrhage, joint disease, and inhibitor development, increase with increasing age so aging of hemophilics is also a matter of concern. Depending upon the level of clotting factor hemophilia has different levels of severity mild, moderate, and severe hemophilia. Major complications are much more common in severe and moderate haemophiliacs. Complications may be both directly from the disease or from its treatment: Deep internal bleeding, Joint damage from haemarthrosis (haemophilic arthropathy), potentially with severe pain, disfigurement, and even destruction of the joint and development of debilitating arthritis

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There are many special issues related to hemophilia such as psychological issues with hemophiliacs, orthopedic issues with aged people with hemophilia. Animals as experimental models for hemophilia studies represent important early and intermediate steps of translational research aimed at development of better and safer treatments for hemophilia. Pregnancy of a carrier women or affected with disorder If tests have shown that a woman is likely to suffer from bleeding during or after delivery, preventive treatments should be taken. Apart from this there are many more related aspects with hemophilia

  • Animal models
  • Severity levels in Hemophilia
  • Pregnancy and Hemophilia
  • Ageing and hemophila
  • Orthopedic issues with hemophilia
  • Psychosocial issues
  • Transfusion-transmitted complications
  • Ethical issues with hemophilia
  • Management and care of haemophiliacs
  • Hemorrhages associated with Hemophilia
  • clinical aspects of hemophilia
  • Hemophilia and associated diseases

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