Patient Compliance: Increasing importance and ways to improve

The present healthcare scenario is such that physicians have the tendency to prescribe more and more medicines as the number of visits increase. Every time a patient visits, the condition worsens…


Gene Therapy — A Ray of Hope for Haemophilia A Patients

Haemophilia, a hereditary, haemorrhagic disease, is caused by the mutations in the blood coagulation factor VIII (FVIII) or IX (FIX) genes. Severe haemophilia has transformed from an incapacitating…


The role of registries in Haemophilia management

Rare diseases, as the name suggests, are difficult to find due to low incidence and prevalence. Though they are rare, they are fatal as well and pose a significant burden on societies and health…


Perinatal Management of Haemophilia

The birth of a newborn is an emotional event for any parent. The happiness of a family depends on the health of the children. But, when a child is born with a disorder, the stigma not only affects…


Haemophilia Prophylaxis

Haemophilia is a bleeding disorder where an individual does not have enough clotting factor and can bleed for a longer time. Since 1965, the introduction of factor replacement therapy…