Listen to this 90-minute webinar presented on July 30, 2021, on the WFH Guidelines for the Management of Hemophilia, 3rd edition and their practical application in the Middle East. The session was moderated by Alok Srivastava (Professor in the Department of Haematology, and Head of the Centre for Stem Cell Research at the Christian Medical […]
In this session from the WFH 2020 Virtual Summit, Glenn Pierce, Alok Srivastava, Steven Pipe, Manuel Carcao, Margaret Ragni and Johnny Mahlangu present and discuss updates to the WFH Guidelines for the Management of Hemophilia. Discussion topics include hemostatic agents, prophylaxis, inhibitors, and treatment of specific hemorrhages. Click on the icon below to access more […]
Using the universal language of pictures, children around the world can learn about hemophilia in a fun, easy to understand, and interactive way. The In-HemoAction cards teach children how to prevent bleeds and manage hemophilia. An update of the hugely popular HemoAction game, this edition features additional content covering prophylaxis, inhibitors, bypassing agents, immune tolerance […]
Quality data are extremely useful in advocating for better care for people with bleeding disorders. This Fact Sheet introduces the rationale for data collection, the criteria for quality data, the keys for successful quality data collection, and examples of how quality data collection can provide the foundation of effective advocacy.
Written and reviewed by the world’s leading experts in coagulation testing, this is the definitive, how-to guide for the accurate diagnosis of hemophilia and other bleeding disorders.
The 3rd edition has also been translated into the following languages, with permission from the WFH, by NMOs/Other Organizations: Georgian, Portuguese, Ukrainian The 2nd edition is available in: Simplified Chinese The 2nd edition has also been translated into the following languages, with permission from the WFH, by NMOs: Azerbaijani, Polish, Traditional Chinese This third edition, fully […]
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