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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Diagnosis And Treatment Of Congenital Hemophilia With Inhibitors. A Latin American Perspective
Author: Bianco R.P.
Ozelo M.C.
Villaca P.R.
Solano M.H.
Cruz G.J.
Murillo C.M.
Chavez J.G.
Mendoza S.
Grecco I.R.
Ruiz-Saez A.
Abstract: The Committee of Latin America on the Therapeutics of Inhibitor Groups (CLOTTING) is composed of a number of hemophilia specialists from Latin America. The group aims to encourage the adoption of a good standard of care for Latin American patients with hemophilia. The occurrence of inhibitors in patients with hemophilia poses clinical challenges, and it is estimated that between 1 000 and 3 000 patients in Latin America are affected by hemophilia with inhibitors. There is an urgent need to establish a regional consensus and clinical guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of these patients. We present an extensive review based on best current clinical practice and published literature, as seen from a Latin American perspective, taking into account the variable nature of hemophilia care available in the various countries in this Region.
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Date Issue: 2008
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