Inhibitors in Patients with Haemophilia

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E. C. Rodriquez-Merchan, Christine A. Lee
John Wiley & Sons, Apr 15, 2008 - Medical - 232 pages
Edited by an orthopaedic surgeon and a haematologist who are leading specialists in the treatment of haemophilia, Inhibitors in Patients with Haemophilia reviews the different haemostatic products and protocols for the control of bleeding and surgery in haemophilic patients with inhibitors.

The book draws together in a single volume all of the clinical issues involved in the treatment of inhibitors from numerous specialists worldwide. It will be an invaluable resource for all those treating inhibitors in people with haemophilia.

 

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Contents

Part 2 Management of treatment
27
Part 3 Immune tolerance
43
Part 4 Medical management of bleeding episodes
67
Part 5 Inhibitors in haemophilia B inhibitors in mild and moderate haemophilia A and acquired inhibitors to FVIII
85
Part 6 Musculoskeletal issues
113
Part 7 General surgery
177
Part 8 Psychosocial issues
185
Part 9 General strategy for management of inhibitor patients
193
Index
211
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E. C. Rodriquez-Merchan is the editor of Inhibitors in Patients with Haemophilia, published by Wiley.

Christine A. Lee is the editor of Inhibitors in Patients with Haemophilia, published by Wiley.

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