Extended Half-life Products Linked to Fewer Infusions, Low Bleed Rates

Extended Half-life Products Linked to Fewer Infusions, Low Bleed Rates

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Extended Half-life Products Linked to Fewer Infusions, Low Bleed Rates

For boys and men with moderate to severe hemophilia, switching to extended half-life (EHL) products is linked to a reduced number of infusions and a sustained low rate of bleeds, according to a  real-life, multi-center study in Canada. Notably, a significant drop in the annualized bleeding rate (ABR) was observed with EHL products only in children with hemophilia A. The absence of such significant reductions in other patient subgroups may be related to the already…

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