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National Hemophilia Foundation Orientation Manual for ...

National Hemophilia Foundation Orientation Manual for Healthcare Professionals 64 GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT HEMOPHILIA Regina Butler, RN , Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Adapted with permission from The Hemophilia Nursing Handbook (National Hemophilia Foundation ...

National Hemophilia Foundation Orientation Manual for ...

National Hemophilia Foundation Orientation Manual for Healthcare Professionals 16 PATIENT PROFILE Margaret Halona-Trujillo, MSW , Ted R. Montoya Hemophilia Program, Albuquerque, New Mexico Isabel Lin, MSW, CSW , formerly of Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan Susan Kocik, MSW ...

WHAT SCHOOL PERSONNEL SHOULD KNOW

3 Teachers and other school personnel may feel anxious about having a student with hemophilia in their school. This booklet is designed to alleviate those fears by presenting facts about hemophilia and provides a quick reference guide on what to do in different situations of bleeding.

MILD HEMOPHILIA

Mild hemophilia can be very serious and even life threatening if injuries or bleeds are not treated promptly and adequately.

Hemophilia: Basic Questions & Answ

Hemophilia: Basic Questions & Answers Q. What is hemophilia? A. Hemophilia is a rare type of bleeding disorder that occurs when there is a deficiency or absence of a particular protein (clotting factor) needed for blood to clot.

L'hémophilie en images

6 PART 1 Introduction to Hemophilia What are the chances a baby will have hemophilia? ...

Hemophilia

Hemophilia Hemophilia A is an X-linked, recessive, bleeding disorder caused by a deficiency in the activity of coagulation factor VIII. Factor VIII (F8) is the protein product of the HEMA gene, located at map position Xq28.

Hemophilia: "The Royal Disease"

Hemophilia: "The Royal Disease" by Yelena Aronova-Tiuntseva and Clyde Freeman Herreid University at Buffalo, State University of New York Hemophilia is an X-linked recessive disorder characterized by the inability to properly form blood clots.

ACQUIRED HEMOPHILIA

Published by the World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) © World Federation of Hemophilia, 2005 The WFH encourages redistribution of its publications for educational purposes by not-for-profit hemophilia organizations.

HEMOPHILIA

French, R. (1997 - 2004) APE FACT SHEET HEMOPHILIA DEFINITION: Hemophilia is a sex-linked recessive disorder of the blood clotting mechanism. It is believed to be caused by a clotting deficiency in one of the plasma proteins.