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Hemophilia

By: Audrey Duran and Austin Gonzalez
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Audrey Duran

on 28 September 2012

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Transcript of Hemophilia

Hemophilia Hemophilia is a rare disorder due to your blood clotting system. Your blood changes from a liquid to a solid state. If you have Hemophilia you will bleed for a longer period of time due to an injury. It is a life long disease that with the right medication or treatment you can maintain a healthy life. What is Hemophilia? Symptoms Hemophilia A. The most common type, hemophilia A is caused by lack of enough clotting factor 8. It is largely an inherited disorder in which one of the proteins needed to form blood clots is missing or reduced.

Hemophilia B."Christmas Disease" This second most common type is caused by lack of enough clotting factor 9 Effects History of Hemophilia 8th period
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Child Deveoplment By: Audrey Duran
and
Austin Gonzalez Treatments for hemophilia include:
Receiving clotting factors
Medication Treatments Bruises
Weak joints
Destruction of joints
Infections transmitted by therapy(Hepatitis, HIV, and HPV)
Muscle atrophy and contractions do to hematomas
Emotional Stress Long Term Effects CARE When you have Hemophilia, you must be more cautious when playing sports due to an increased chance of internal bleeding.

Children most likely prefer to swim because it exercises all the muscles without putting stress on the joints

Kids with hemophilia can still participate in activities, though they might have to take on a different role. For example, hemophilia might prevent kids from participating in contact sports but they can still be a part of the team as the scorekeeper or assistant manager.

Another excellent option is to send them to an appropriate summer camp where they can meet other kids with hemophilia and work toward being able to give themselves clotting factor replacement therapy for a sense of control over the condition.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FS64UXi74lY •Bleeding following injury or surgery
•Spontaneous bleeding
•Bruising
•Pain and swelling resulting from bleeding into joints and muscles
•Blood in the urine or stool
•Heavy bleeding following circumcision
•Unexplained nosebleeds Hemophilia B: Hemophilia A: Bleeding following injury or surgery
Spontaneous bleeding
Bruising
Pain and swelling resulting from bleeding into joints and muscles
Blood in the urine or stool
Heavy bleeding following circumcision
Unexplained nosebleeds
Brain bleeds In early 19 hundreds the Jews were first to recognize it. They enacted a law that if a women had two sons that died from circumcision her third son would not be required to be circumcised.

The blood disorder become know as the "Royal Disease" because of Queen Victoria. 1837 to 1901
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