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Blood coagulation disorders

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Haemophilia

When you cut yourself, your body plugs up the wound with a blood clot. One of the essential factors used to form a blood clot - usually Factor VIII or IX - is missing in a person with haemophilia. This means they are prone to bleeding, especially internally.

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Feiba NF Powder for injection - Consumer Medicines Information leaflets of prescription and over-the-counter medicines

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BeneFIX (nonacog alfa (rch)) information | myVMC

BeneFIX (nonacog alfa (rch)) is used for the control and treatment of bleeding and the prevention of bleeding in patients with haemophilia B.

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Coagulation factors - Lab Tests Online AU

Description of factors involved in coagulation of the blood, factors measured in the investigation of clotting disorders

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Haemophilia A | myVMC

Haemophilia A involves a genetic defect causing abnormality of blood clotting

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Haemophilia: what is it? - myDr.com.au

Haemophilia is an inherited bleeding disorder where the blood doesn't clot properly.

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Bleeding disorder | Australian Red Cross Blood Service

Bleeding disorders are a group of conditions where blood cannot clot properly. Transfusion of platelets or plasma products may be required to assist with clotting. Red cells may also be required if blood loss is severe.

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