4 edition of Recent advances in hemophilia care found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||editor, Carol K. Kasper.|
|Series||Progress in clinical and biological research ;, v. 324|
|Contributions||Kasper, Carol K.|
|LC Classifications||RC642 .S95 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 341 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||341|
|LC Control Number||89040757|
According to recent research, only one person with hemophilia out of seven is 45 years old or older. Hemophilia Treatment. There have been significant advancements in the treatment of hemophilia during the past few decades. At one time, hemophilia was considered a fatal disease. It is now a disorder with an identifiable molecular basis. The book describes the impact of AIDS on people with hemophilia, their families, and caregivers. The collection, processing, and distribution of blood in the early years of the HIV epidemic are described, including the failure of regulatory agencies to promulgate effective rules to safeguard the blood supply.
The social and psychological aspects of hemophilia on the hemophiliac and his family (Alternate plan paper / Mankato State University. Hemophilia: Recent Advances. by Pankaj Abrol | 10 Apr Hardcover Currently unavailable. The Hemophilia Nursing Handbook. by National Hemophilia Personal infusion tracker for those with bleeding. Recent advances in factor replacement therapy have expanded treatment options and decisions for individuals with hemophilia. This series of educational activities explores some of the most pressing issues in hemophilia management, including tailoring therapy, managing children and adults, and optimizing joint health.
Two presentations at the American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting (ASH) highlight ongoing treatment advances for hemophilia B. The data suggest that life with hemophilia could soon become easier to manage. Long-acting replacement therapy. The ASH meeting, held in San Diego on Dec. , was a platform for CSL Behring to present a new . Hemophilia should be suspected in patients with a history of easy bruising/bleeding early in childhood, spontaneous bleeding, and excessive bleeding following trauma or surgery. 1 Considering that hemophilia is a congenital disease, it is imperative that clinicians diagnose prenatally if hemophilia is suspected. 4 A positive family history of.
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Modern treatment of haemophilia is still associated with significant morbidity and recent advances in the care of patients with haemophilia including the development of modified clotting factor.
Get this from a library. Recent advances in hemophilia care: proceedings of the Symposium on Recent Advances in Hemophilia Care held in Los Angeles, April[Carol K Kasper;].
“Textbook of Hemophilia” by Christine A. Lee An extremely useful source of information, this book provides a general overview of the disease and patient care. The book covers bleeding in both adults and children, both types of hemophilia (A and B), along with more detailed information on the molecular basis and coagulation factors.
Hemophilia is a rare X-linked inherited bleeding disorder, usually manifesting in males (Figure 1 1,2), with bleeding into joints and muscles. 1,3 Hemophilia A accounts for 80% to 85% of patients.
As the age advances more PWH (people with hemophilia) get crippled because of repeated hemarthrosis in resource restrained countries.
Hemophilia patients may also present with hematuria or GIT bleeding. MUSCLES: hemophilia patients bleed deep inside muscles and these hematomas are difficult to : Pankaj Abrol.
Recent advantages in hemophilia B treatment have focused on addressing these pain points. Emerging commercial products based on modified factor IX aim to reduce injection frequency.
Exploratory research efforts have focused on novel drug delivery systems for orally administered treatment and gene therapy as a potential by: 2. Hemophilia is a chronic, complex disorder that has serious, potentially life-threatening complications and requires lifelong management.
While the life expectancy of patients with hemophilia has dramatically increased over the past several decades, the hemophilia population still faces unique challenges that require appropriate use of effective strategies for.
Recent advances in hemophilia B therapy. Hemophilia B is a hereditary bleeding disorder caused by the deficiency in coagulation factor IX. Understanding coagulation and the role of factor IX as well as patient population and diagnosis are all critical factors in developing treatment strategies and regimens for hemophilia B patients Cited by: 2.
Request PDF | Recent advances in hemophilia B therapy | Hemophilia B is a hereditary bleeding disorder caused by the deficiency in coagulation factor IX. Understanding coagulation and the role of. NHF maintains its prestigious 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, the largest independent charity evaluator in the US.
This resource was created to provide much needed guidance to emergency department personnel who may encounter patients presenting with a bleeding disorder. The impact of an FDA "Listening Session" on gene therapy for hemophilia. Future Therapies While gene therapy has long been a topic of discussion within the hemophilia community, the idea of gene therapy as a treatment option is becoming a reality.
There are many questions that remain: what are the eligibility criteria to qualify for this therapy, will it be affordable and accessible to patients, what is the long. VOL. 22, NO. 5 n THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MANAGED CARE n S Advances in Hemojhilia The hallmark of hemophilic bleeding is joint (hem-arthrosis) and muscle bleeding; in patients with severe hemophilia, the bleeding begins after a child becomes mobile.
Other common manifestations include palpable bruising, which can be spontaneous or occur after Cited by: 4. Care for children with severe hemophilia has moved from pediatric hospital wards and rehabilitation services to the home, school, and community.
Advances in hemophilia are due largely to the development of specialized hemophilia treatment centers, which created a system of comprehensive care and focused healthcare efforts on prevention and Cited by: Recent Advances in Hemophilia Care Gene Therapy.
Gene therapy has the potential to change the landscape in hemophilia care. For hemophilia A, progress in gene therapy has been slow, largely due to the large size of the F8 genome that requires transfer to a viral cassette.
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Los Angeles: Dental concepts, Orthopaedic Hospital, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors. Recent advances in hemophilia [Recent Advances in Biochemistry, Physiology, Therapy, New York, Aledort, Louis M. ; New York Academy of Sciences.
; National Hemophilia Foundation. Conference on Hemophilia] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Modern treatment of haemophilia is still associated with significant morbidity and recent advances in the care of patients with haemophilia including the development of modified clotting factor concentrates with extended half-life hold promise to significantly reduce the burden treatment of this bleeding by: 1.
Various inherited bleeding disorders deserve careful medical management due to their implications in women’s health. In both hemophilia A and B, almost exclusively, males are affected while carrier females are generally asymptomatic.
Nevertheless, carriers may present important bleeding tendencies, which can eventually constitute a serious threat to life, Author: Ana-Rebeca Jaloma-Cruz, Isaura-Araceli González-Ramos, Diana Ornelas-Ricardo, Clara-Ibet Juárez-Vázq. The third meeting will be held in March, ; a great deal of discussion is anticipated given the recent and ongoing advances in gene therapy research for hemophilia.
The first regulatory submission of a gene therapy product can be considered an early chapter in the book on novel treatments for hemophilia. Recent advances in the management of patients with hemophilia have led to significantly improved outcomes. Transmission of infectious diseases through blood product administration and severe arthropathies from recurrent joint bleeds are now rare.
In the past, hemophilia was considered a contraindication to having some elective surgery such as adenotonsillectomy due. Over the past 10 years, rapid advances have been made in the care of children with hemophilia.
These advances can be attributed to the establishment of national patient databases, translational research, derivation of evidence from specific pediatric randomized clinical trials, and translation of molecular engineering from the bench to the by: 8.Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Recent Advances in Hemophilia Care (Progress in Clinical & Biological Research) at the best online prices at eBay!
Free shipping for many products!The Frequency of Joint Hemorrhages and Procedures in Non-severe Hemophilia A versus B. Blood Advances ; Soucie JM, Monahan PE, Kulkarni R, Konkle BA, Mazepa MA; U.S. Hemophilia Treatment Center Network.