By I. Scharrer (auth.), Professor Dr. med. Inge Scharrer, Professor Dr. med. Wolfgang Schramm (eds.)
This ebook includes the contribution to the thirty seventh Hemophilia Symposium, Hamburg 2006. the most issues are epidemiolgy, remedy of inhibitors in hemophiliacs, hemophilic arthropathy and synovitis, proper hemophilia therapy 2006, and pediatric hemostasiology. the quantity is rounded off by way of quite a few loose papers and posters on hemophilia, casuistics, and diagnostics.
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2. Severity grading of Hemophilia A und B. Classiﬁcation by ISTH standard. © AEKOnline-Register, Nov. 06 The mode of substitution is shown in Figure 3: In Switzerland treatment on demand still exceeds the prophylactic treatment, for type A 70% vs. 18%, although we can see a slowly progressive shift to prophylactic treatment also in adult hemophiliacs. The large group of patients on demand certainly includes many patients using only sporadically factor substitutes. The statistics of the annual amount of substitutes reveals that only 418 (54%) of all 778 patients regularly draw products.
Baxter, D-Unterschleißheim Zellhofer, J. , Prof. , Frau Dr. Clinical Hospital Center Rebro, Hemat. , HR-Zagrebe Johann Lukas Schoenlein Prize 2006 I. Scharrer The Johann Lukas Schoenlein Prize was donated in 1977 by the company Immuno, today known as Baxter, in memory of Johann Lukas Schoenlein, who gave hemophilia its name. The aims of the prize are laid down in the statutes of the foundation: The foundation serves to promote clinical research in the area of chronic bleeding diseases, in particular, hemophilia and related congenital clotting disorders.
0 * percentage of all HIV positive patients; in brackets: percentage of row Mortality from all Cases In the 2005/2006 period a total of 26 patients (19 HIV-, 7 HIV+) were reported dead with the distribution of causes of death given in Table 4. Since the beginning of the survey in 1982 now over 800 patients have been reported dead (Fig. 10). The development of mortality and causes of death since 82/83 are depicted in Figs. 8 to 10. 8%) has been the single main cause of death next to the group of patients died of other diseases not further distinguished again.
37th Hemophilia Symposium by I. Scharrer (auth.), Professor Dr. med. Inge Scharrer, Professor Dr. med. Wolfgang Schramm (eds.)