haematology
Coagulation

Prophylaxis effective against brain bleeds in haemophilia

Children and adolescents with severe haemophilia who do not receive prophylactic therapy are 50 times more likely to suffer intracranial hemorrhages than children who receive regular factor VIII or factor IX infusions. An international cohort study of 1,515 children with severe haemophilia A or B from 33 treatment centres across 20 countries, identified 29 cases ...

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