Mary Brasser

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AIMS To compare treatment patterns in adults and children with haemophilia and to estimate the financial impact of the changing practice of haemophilia care. METHODS A retrospective audit of replacement coagulation factor usage in all patients with haemophilia treated at the Auckland Haemophilia Centre during 2001. RESULTS A total of 69 males with(More)
Many adult patients diagnosed with phenotypically moderate and severe haemophilia living in the Auckland region of New Zealand do not report bleeding episodes within a timeframe that allows for optimal assessment and management. This can result in poor clinical outcomes for patients and poor oversight of the use of expensive clotting factor concentrates.(More)
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