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Advancement in the treatment of haemophilia
- Bhardwaj, Rahul, Rath, Goutam, Goyal, Amit K.
- International journal of biological macromolecules 2018 v.118 pp. 289-295
- disease control, gene therapy, hemophilia, hemorrhage, patients, pharmacokinetics
- Poor understanding of the pathophysiological mechanisms involved in Haemophilia is a major obstacle in accessing effective haemophilia disease management. Haemophilia is a life-frightening bleeding problem in which there are repeated bleeding episodes. Various approaches have been used, involves clotting factor replacement therapy for effective bleeding control in Haemophilia. Current advancements in the management of patients with haemophilia include altered pharmacokinetics clotting factor concentrates for better prophylaxis and management of haemophilia. This review sums up the prophylactic treatment, novel production techniques, other treatment techniques and the present position of gene therapy in the treatment of haemophilia.