Meetings & Events

PT experts quantify the risk of bleeding associated with a specific activity and factors to decrease risk

Results from the Activity-Intensity-Risk (AIR) Survey and Consensus Meeting of US Physical Therapists were presented in a poster at the annual National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) meeting.

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Prevalence of obese or at risk individuals in the hemophilia population is now more than 50%

Obesity in the hemophilia community has several negative effects

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Gross motor testing is recommended as part of the annual physical therapy evaluation for patients with hemophilia

In a poster presented at the annual NHF meeting, the authors looked at whether or not gross motor delays may be missed during the annual physical therapy evaluation of young boys with hemophilia.

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Study explores why only some women seek evaluation regarding their hemophilia carrier status

Individuals with a family history of severe hemophilia demonstrated higher levels of knowledge for hemophilia inheritance and bleeding risks to carriers.

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A large US insurance claims database suggests a delay in diagnosis and therapeutic intervention in Women and Girls with Hemophilia (WGH)

The median age of WGH diagnosis and factor therapy initiation was 35 and 37 years old

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Variation in symptoms between hemophilia A carriers during labor and after delivery can lead to different clinical presentations requiring individualized management

There needs to be increased awareness about the challenges Hemophilia carriers A can potentially experience during labor and after delivery

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