Collision Risk in Active Hemophilia A Patients Tied to Greater Bleed Risk

Collision Risk in Active Hemophilia A Patients Tied to Greater Bleed Risk

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Collision Risk in Active Hemophilia A Patients Tied to Greater Bleed Risk

Physical activities with a high risk of a collision are linked with a greater risk of bleeding in people with moderately severe hemophilia A, a six-month U.S. study reports. This risk was higher for people using on-demand versus preventive replacement factor VIII (FVIII) therapies, the researchers found, and they suggested that further studies into treatment timing prior to an activity are needed to lower bleeding risk in active patients. The study “A Prospective Observational Study of…

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