By Inge Scharrer, Wolfgang Schramm
This e-book includes the contribution to the thirty fifth Hemophilia Symposium, Hamburg 2004. the most themes are epidemiology, threat of infections and inhibitors in hemophilia, power hemophilic synovitis and long term result of orthopedic remedy, laboratory diagnostics and pediatric hemostaseology. the amount is rounded off by means of a variety of unfastened papers and posters on hemophilia and hemorrhagic issues and inhibitors in hemophilia.
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Scharrer/W. ) 35th Hemophilia Symposium Hamburg 2004 ” Springer Medizin Verlag Heidelberg 2006 14 S. Hartmann, K. Locher Registration The inclusion criteria were slightly modified; the definition is given as follows: 1. Factor VIII/IX level < 40% (before <30%). 2. Clinically relevant von-Willebrand disease, Ristocetin-Cofactor < 10% 3. All other forms of severe plasmatic coagulopathies (factor deficiencies) The online concept makes it possible to retrieve data for statistical evaluation whenever desired.
Individual physicians in hemophilia centers were informed by e-mail of the outcome of the risk assessment on September 9th. The details of specific batches to which a donor who subsequently developed vCJD were also circulated at the same time (16 batches of factor VIII, 8 batches of factor IX and a further 77 in which only the albumin added as an excipient was potentially contaminated). However, the risk assessment acknowledged that further batches of UK-sourced plasma will be identified in the future as more cases of vCJD are diagnosed and for this reason the decision was taken to consider all recipients of British plasma products at risk for public health purposes, and not just the recipients of the specified batches.
Prof. Dr. Krankenhaus St. Pölten, A-St. Pölten Johann Lukas Schoenlein Prize 2004 I. Scharrer The Johann Lukas Schoenlein Prize was donated in 1977 by the company Immuno, today known as Baxter, in memory of Johann Lukas Schoenlein, who gave hemophilia its name. The aims of the prize are laid down in the statutes of the foundation: The foundation serves to promote clinical research in the area of chronic bleeding diseases, in particular, hemophilia and related congenital clotting disorders. It follows exclusively and directly charitable purposes and awards the prize for outstanding scientific research.
35th Hemophilia Symposium Hamburg 2004: Epidemiology;Risk of Infections and Inhibitors in Hemophilia; Chronic lic Synovitis and Long-term Results of Orthopedic ... Hemostaseology;Free Lectures by Inge Scharrer, Wolfgang Schramm