Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in haemophilic arthritis. A clinical and laboratory study.


Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs are theoretically contra-indicated in the haemophilias but might be useful for those patients with chronic arthritic pain, as long-term strong analgesics are also undesirable. We carried out studies of platelet function and coagulation in 8 normal controls and 7 haemophiliacs while they were taking sequentially… (More)


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