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Management of orthopedic problems in hemophilia

Management of orthopedic problems in hemophilia

a compilation of journal articles

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Published by Travenol Laboratories in Glendale, Calif .
Written in English


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StatementHyland Therapeutics Division, Travenol Laboratories.
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL21428931M

  The tibiotalar joint is often the first involved in hemophilia, with onset of hemarthroses when the child starts to walk. Advanced ankle arthropathy is common in patients with severe hemophilia by early adulthood 3, 4, 5. Abutting anterior exostoses on the tibia and talus develop and often are associated with an equinus deformity. Growth. Hemophilia can be a crippling disease with a range of issues causing discomfort and problems for patients including bleeding in joints or limbs and deformities caused by chronic arthritis. For more than 50 years, the Orthopaedic Hemophilia Treatment Center (OHTC) has been at the leading edge of treatment to help patients suffering from.

This book contains the contribution to the 36th Hemophilia Symposium, Hamburg The main topics are epidemiolgy, hemophilia therapy, orthopedic treatment in hemophiliacs, hemostaseologic diagnosis and pediatric hemostaseology. The volume is rounded off by numerous free papers and posters on hemophilia, inhibitors in hemophilia and diagnostics. This book provides clear instruction on the surgical treatment of joint problems in adult hemophilia patients. The procedures applicable to specific joints, including the shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, and ankle, are carefully reviewed with the aid of high-quality illustrations.

MASAC Document # Replaces Doc # GUIDELINES FOR EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT MANAGEMENT OF INDIVIDUALS WITH HEMOPHILIA AND OTHER BLEEDING DISORDERS The document was approved by the Medical and Scientific Advisory Council (MASAC) of the National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) on December 2, , and adopted by the NHF Board of Directors on .   To further complicate the management of patients with hemophilia, fewer physicians are adequately trained to treat inherited bleeding disorders because graduates of combined hematology/oncology.


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This book contains the contributions to the 34th Hemophilia Symposium, Hamburg The main topics are HIV infection and epidemiology, management of bleedings in hemophiliacs with inhibitors, orthopedic problems and therapy in hemophiliacs, therapy with protein C.

Since the introduction in some countries of continuous prophylaxis, orthopedic problems associated with hemophilia have decreased. Primary prophylaxis is regular continuous treatment started after the occurrence of the first joint bleed, or before this occurs, to a child aged less than 2 years.

1 The use of effective continuous prophylaxis from an early age can transform severe hemophilia into Cited by: 3. The articular problems in patients with hemophilia begin in the early years of life.

If untreated, this condition is followed by degenerative changes, and a stiff or painful joint will result. In conclusion, modern orthopedic surgery can improve the musculoskeletal problems of people with hemophilia. The most commonly affected joints are the knees, the ankles and the elbows.

The most common orthopedic procedures that PWH undergo are the following: RS, arthroscopic synovectomy, arthroscopic joint debridement, ankle arthrodesis, total. Hemophilia is a bleeding disorder estimated to aff people in the U.S. The recommended treatment for patients with severe hemophilia is the replacement of the deficient clotting factor for that type of hemophilia.

These patients are at a greater risk of bleeding-related complications, particularly when undergoing surgery. As well as orthopedic surgery, it also covers research, hematology, and rehabilitation. Although of primary interest to the orthopedic surgeon, rheumatologist, and physiotherapist, this book will also be relevant to the hematologist responsible for the care of the hemophiliac patient.

Introduction to hemophilia treatment. Hemophilia is an X-linked hereditary bleeding disorder caused by deficiency in coagulation factor VIII (FVIII), for hemophilia A, and factor IX (FIX), for hemophilia B.

Approximately 85% of patients with hemophilia (PwH) suffer from hemophilia A, and 15% from hemophilia B. 1. Introduction.

Hemophilia is a blood-clotting disorder caused by a deficiency in factor VIII (FVIII) or factor IX (FIX), which manifests itself through bleeding in the muscles and joints [].There are three categories, depending on the percentage of the blood-clotting factor: severe hemophilia (hemophilia (1–5% FVIII/FIX), with.

These evidence-based guidelines offer practical recommendations on the diagnosis and general management of hemophilia, as well as the management of complications including musculoskeletal issues.

Orthopedic surgery in patients with hemophilia and inhibitors is a difficult, but not impossible, clinical challenge.7, 13, 17, 23, 26 Until recently, such procedures were strongly contraindicated in these patients, but the advent of rFVIIa for hemostatic cover has facilitated surgery that was previously unfeasible.

Despite the significant risk. E. Rodriguez-Merchan, MD, PhD, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Service of Traumatology and Orthopaedic Surgery, Haemophilia Centre, La Paz University Hospital, Madrid, Spain. Dr Rodriguez-Merchan is a leading orthopaedic surgeon specialising in the treatment of haemophilia.

He has articles on PubMed. Leonard A. Valentino, MD, Professor of Pediatrics; Director, Rush Hemophilia. Orthopaedic issues in sports for persons with haemophilia.

AXEL SEUSER. Kaiser‐Karl Klinik, Department of Orthopaedics, Bonn. Search for more papers by this author. Physiotherapy in the Management of Hemophilia, Textbook of Hemophilia, (), (). Wiley Online Library.

Clohisy is a professor and chair of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at the University of Minnesota and a member of the University of Minnesota Cancer Center.

He specializes in musculoskeletal oncology with a focus on both primary and metastatic cancers of bone and the management of musculoskeletal problems in hemophilia. Strategies for joint disease management in patients with inhibitors.

Several strategies are important in the management of evolving joint disease in patients with inhibitors, including exercise, physical therapy, orthopedic interventions, and pain management In addition, recent studies17–19 suggest that the prevention of joint bleeding may be possible with the regular use of secondary.

Major orthopedic surgeries are often required in patients with hemophilia, due to the presence of hemophiliac arthropathy. In individuals that do not have hemophilia, orthopedic surgeries are particularly well recognized as high risk for venous thromboembolism, and the use of thromboprophylaxis for this condition is recommended.

In this review, the orthopaedic management of haemophilic arthropathy of the ankle will be described. Radiation synovectomy.

Radiation synoviorthesis is a very effective procedure that decreases both the frequency and the intensity of recurrent ankle bleeds related to ankle synovitis. In many countries this is provided by comprehensive care haemophilia centres where staff of all specialities concerned with treatment- haematologists, paediatricians, nurses, physiotherapists, orthopaedic surgeons – have specialized new book is a definitive resource on the current aspects and issues around haemophilia.

ABSTRACT Background: Patients with hemophilia A and B are at risk for progressive arthropathy and are known to have less satisfactory outcomes when undergoing orthopaedic surgery than patients without hemophilia. During the mids the approach to adult hemophilia care in Canada changed significantly to include preventive coagulation factor replacement therapy.

The book offers an excellent, up-to-date account of knowledge on musculoskeletal problems and approaches to joint surgery in adults with hemophilia. It will be of value to orthopedic surgeons, rehabilitation physicians, hematologists, radiologists and pharmacy researchers.

The book addresses discrete management issues from the perspective of the medical subspecialist and also offers concise descriptions of surgical procedures.

Edited by two leading orthopedic surgeons who are specialists in the treatment of hemophilia, Orthopedic Surgery in Patients with Hemophilia shows all the surgical techniques needed for.

"This book covers the surgical management of patients with hemophilia and musculoskeletal involvement. The purpose is to explain the specialized surgical care required to treat patients with hemophilia. The audience includes orthopedic surgeons involved in managing patients with hemophilia, as well as general surgeons and emergency room Reviews: 1.

The main issues include: (i) the identification of clinically relevant risk factors for inhibitor development, (ii) the definition of the bleeding phenotype and clinical management of these patients, (iii) the usefulness and feasibility of prophylaxis with bypassing agents in the treatment of patients with inhibitors, (iv) the identification of.Knee Problems in Severe Hemophilia: Orthopedic Management E Carlos Rodriguez-Merchan 1, Victor Jimenez-Yuste 2, Primitivo Gomez-Cardero 1, M Teresa Alvarez-Roman 2.