Bleeding Disorders among a Group of Patients


Objective: To see the frequency and type of various bleeding disorders among patients presenting in haematology outpatients and admitted in medical ward. Method crosses sectional, Observational study Result: Bleeding disorder have many underlying causes one investigated. Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, was the more common bleeding disorder seen in our 50 patients followed by bone marrow failure, and coagulation defects and liver disorders. Conclusion: Bleeding disorder with different etiologies are found in patients presenting with over bleeding in medical wards and critical care units. More work and studies need to be done to explore these underlying disorders

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@inproceedings{Javed2016BleedingDA, title={Bleeding Disorders among a Group of Patients}, author={N Javed and Ayesha Ehsan and SALEEMA QAISRA}, year={2016} }