2 edition of hemorrhagic disorders found in the catalog.
|Statement||[by] Mario Stefanini [and] William Dameshek.|
|Contributions||Dameshek, William, 1900- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||RC633 .S8 1962|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||614|
|LC Control Number||61017896|
The approach to a patient with a bleeding disorder needs a comprehensive detailed history and thorough physical examination. There must be a logical systematic approach and a discriminate use of laboratory investigations to reach the diagnosis and assess severity. Particular emphasis should be placed on family and drug history. Hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia and common bleeding disorders such as VWD and mild platelet function abnormalities have autosomal dominant inheritance. Common bleeding disorders can have variable clinical phenotype and can be more symptomatic in women because of the additional hemostatic challenges of menstruation and child birth.
The authors accomplish their purpose of providing short, concise, evidence-based reviews of a variety of bleeding disorders and hemorrhagic conditions in an easily accessible format. This kind of book is important to medical providers in different stages of training and clinical practice. The authors have written this book for physicians Cited by: 2. Various inherited bleeding disorders deserve careful medical management due to their implications in women’s health. In both hemophilia A and B, almost exclusively, males are affected while carrier females are generally asymptomatic. Nevertheless, carriers may present important bleeding tendencies, which can eventually constitute a serious threat to life, especially after surgery or postpartum.
Coagulopathy (also called a bleeding disorder) is a condition in which the blood's ability to coagulate (form clots) is impaired. This condition can cause a tendency toward prolonged or excessive bleeding (bleeding diathesis), which may occur spontaneously or following an injury or medical and dental procedures. Of note, coagulopathies are sometimes erroneously referred to as. Introduction: Hemorrhagic disorder Description of Hemorrhagic disorder. Hemorrhagic disorder: spontaneous or near spontaneous bleeding caused by a defect in clotting mechanisms (blood coagulation disorders) or another abnormality causing a structural flaw in the blood vessels (vascular hemostatic disorders). Source: CRISP. Hemorrhagic disorder: Spontaneous or near spontaneous bleeding .
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A roundup of helpful books about hemophilia and other bleeding disorders Hemorrhagic disorders book Matters If you or someone you love is diagnosed with a bleeding disorder, one of the best first steps you can take is to educate yourself about the condition and gather as much information as you can.
Global health education company Jumo Health is releasing four new comic books that provide contextual and age-appropriate information for children, teenagers, and families managing hemophilia, a bleeding disorder. The books, created in collaboration with the National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF), break down a variety of topics, including what.
OCLC Number: Notes: "September " Description: xiii, pages illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Anesthetic care and blood loss --Tissue oxygen delivery: the physiology of anemia --Preoperative hemoglobin requirements --Coagulation function in the operating room --Risks of transfusion --Trends in transfusion therapy --Autologous transfusion --Acute hemorrhagic disorders book.
Treatment of hemorrhagic disorders. New York, Hoeber Medical Division  (OCoLC) Online version: Ratnoff, Oscar D. (Oscar Davis), Treatment of hemorrhagic disorders. New York, Hoeber Medical Division  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Oscar D Ratnoff.
Hemorrhagic disorders are characterized by bleeding, both into the tissues and externally. On the basis of history, clinical features, and laboratory findings, one of three basic mechanisms can be recognized as the cause of a hemorrhagic disorder.
Thrombocytopenia. Thrombocytopenia is the most frequent hemostatic disorder in cancer patients, occurring in approximately 10% of cases, even prior to starting chemotherapy.
13 In the acute setting, thrombocytopenia is usually caused by decreased production either secondary to chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy, or bone marrow infiltration, platelet sequestration in the spleen, or increased. Hemorrhagic disease of the newborn is a rare bleeding problem that can occur after birth.
Hemorrhaging is excessive bleeding. It’s a potentially life-threatening condition. Congenital hemorrhagic disorders are uncommon, occurring in 1 per people, and are usually diagnosed in infants or young children, who often have relatives with similar symptoms.
Congenital bleeding disorders lead to repeated hemorrhages that may be spontaneous or occur following minor injury or may occur in unexpected locations, such as. Bleeding disorders are characterized by defects in hemostasis that lead to an increased susceptibility to bleeding (also known as hemorrhagic diathesis).They are caused either by platelet disorders (primary hemostasis defect), coagulation defects (secondary hemostasis defect), or, in some cases, a combination of both.
Coagulation defects may be general or further divided into either. Grab your crayons, because the National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) is creating a coloring book about bleeding disorders just for you, called My HTC and Me. You can have fun coloring pictures of all the people you visit during your annual hemophilia treatment center (HTC) checkup.
These people may include your doctor, nurse, physical therapist and dentist. Book Descriptions: Most hemorrhagic problems are emergencies, requiring rapid diagnosis and prompt management to stop bleeding.
In some cases, such as nose bleeds, large bruises and heavy menses, it is the clinician s responsibility to discern whether the patient has a clinically significant bleeding disorder that may predispose to excessive or potentially serious bleeding.
hemorrhagic strokes happen when there's bleeding in your brain that damages nearby cells. the most common causes are: *high blood pressure *injury *bleeding disorders.
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Reduce blood loss by 50% in women with heavy Menstrual Bleeding. Bleeding disorder 1. Approach to a bleeding disorder, Approach to thrombocytopenia,Idiopathic thrombocytopenia (ITP) Dr.
Kalpana Malla MD Pediatrics Manipal Teaching HospitalDownload more documents and slide shows on The Medical Post [ ]. Hemorrhagic disease can cause high local mortality rates and is considered the most important viral disease of white-tailed deer in the United States.
Both free-ranging and captive deer and elk are at risk of contracting HD and transporting infected animals to areas where HD is not yet present has spread the disease. Laboratory Diagnosis of Bleeding Disorders Octo am 8 Factor XI Deficiency 4th most common bleeding disorder Mostly found in Ashkenazi Jews Mild bleeding disorder; bleeding mostly seen with procedures/accidents Levels don’t correlate with bleeding tendency Most common cause of lawsuits vs.
coagulationists VON WILLEBRAND FACTOR. Bleeding disorders are a group of conditions in which there is a problem with the body's blood clotting process. These disorders can lead to heavy and prolonged bleeding after an injury. Bleeding can also begin on its own.
Specific bleeding disorders include:Acquired platelet function defectsCongenital platelet function defectsDisseminated. If you have a bleeding disorder, you either do not have enough platelets or clotting factors or they don't work the way they should.
Bleeding disorders can be the result of other diseases, such as severe liver disease. They can also be inherited. Hemophilia is an inherited bleeding disorder. Bleeding disorders can also be a side effect of.
Thrombosis and Bleeding Disorders compiles the laboratory and research aspects of thrombosis and hemorrhagic disorders in humans.
This book presents reviews of the underlying theory, physiology, and biochemistry of hemostasis and thrombosis, including the. Hemorrhage is the medical term for bleeding. It most often refers to excessive bleeding.
Hemorrhagic diseases are caused by bleeding, or they result in bleeding (hemorrhaging). Related topics include: Primary thrombocythemia (hemorrhagic thrombocythemia) Stroke; Yellow fever; Bleeding disorders; Ebola fever; Dengue hemorrhagic fever; Vitamin K.
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Providing a comprehensive account, this book also includes.• Objective criteria for diagnosing hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia • The latest guidelines on diagnosing and treating primary immune thrombocytopenia • A discussion of the benefits of prophylaxis in patients with hemophilia • Updated methods for evaluating and treating bleeding disorders in pregnancy.The Nurses' Guide to Bleeding Disorders is a revision and expansion of the Hemophilia Nursing Handbook.
Now incorporating von Willebrand disease and other bleeding disorders, the guide has been prepared under the supervision of the National Hemophilia Foundation’s Nursing Working Group.