Case Management of Hemophilia - Hemophilia Disease And Cells

Hemophilia Disease And Cells          Hemophilia Disease And Cells

          Hemophilia is a genetic disorder which damages the body’s ability to control coagulation. Certain genetic deficiencies and rare autoimmune disorders may lower plasma clotting factor levels of the coagulation factors in the blood which are required for normal clotting process, and this leads to hemophilia. More...

What Functions Of The Body Does Hemophilia Affect ?

What Functions Of The Body Does Hemophilia Affect

Hemophilia is a hereditary condition that is passed on through genes. It causes serious risks to the body by stopping the blood from clotting and also causing excessive bleeding. When a person bleeds profusely and the blood does not clot naturally, it is called hemorrhage.More...

 

What Is Factor Viii ?

What Is Factor Viii

Factor VIII is an essential blood clotting factor. In humans, Factor VIII is enclosed in F8 gene which is located on the X chromosome (Xq28). Defect in this gene results in hemophilia A, a hereditary blood coagulation disorder. Factor VIII is also known as anti-hemophilic factor. More...

 

Postpartum Coagulation Issues

Postpartum Coagulation Issues

It is believed that postpartum coagulation issues are one of the main causes of maternal deaths. Any woman who is pregnant beyond 20 weeks of gestation is at risk of postpartum hemorrhage and usually this occurs because of coagulation issues. The good news is that in developed countries postpartum hemorrhage has been controlled and this has led to decline in maternal death rates, but the same cannot be said for developing countries.More...

 

Signs And Symptoms Of Blood Clot Problems

Signs And Symptoms Of Blood Clot Problems

Blood clotting is a natural body mechanism that prevents excessive bleeding after a blood vessel has been injured. This process involves blood cells and fibrin strands, which form a clump to inhibit further loss of blood. Later, the formation of a scab protects the wounded blood vessel till it heals completely. More...