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Recent Advances

Edited by Pankaj Abrol

SGT Medical College Hospital & Research Institute

The book Hemophilia - Recent Advances covers various rapid advances being made in this field. The authors have produced state-of-the art chapters. Over some decades, management of hemophilia has progressed from episode based to prophylaxis. It has moved from plasma and cryoprecipitate to new generations of recombinant coagulation factors. Efforts have been made to cover recent advances in the field. The intricacies of genotype and phenotype of hemophilia are explained. Management with recombinant factors has added to problems like inhibitors, which require more skillful handling. Perioperative management of hemophilia is also explained. Every chapter of this book is peer reviewed and evidence based. The information provided in this book makes the readers well informed and more inquisitive, thereby raising new issues, innovation, and research.

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HemophiliaRecent AdvancesEdited by Pankaj Abrol

Published: April 10th 2019

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.73877

ISBN: 978-1-78985-818-1

Print ISBN: 978-1-78985-817-4

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83962-123-9

Copyright year: 2019

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3193 Total Chapter Downloads


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1. Introductory Chapter: Hemophilia

By Pankaj Abrol


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2. Genotype-Phenotype Heterogeneity in Haemophilia

By Muhammad Tariq Masood Khan and Abid Sohail Taj


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3. Perioperative Management of Hemophilia A Using Recombinant Factor VIII in Patients Undergoing Major or Minor Surgery

By Atsushi Okamoto, Kenta Yamamoto, Go Eguchi, Yoshitaka Kanai, Terufumi Yamaguchi and Yasuhiro Maeda


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4. Clinical Issues in Women with Inherited Bleeding Disorders

By Ana-Rebeca Jaloma-Cruz, Isaura-Araceli González-Ramos, Diana Ornelas-Ricardo, Clara-Ibet Juárez-Vázquez and Hilda Luna-Záizar


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