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How can bleeding disorders be treated?

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Dr. Lori Luchtman-jones
Pediatrics - Hematology & Oncology

In brief: Various Treatments

Some severe bleeding disorders have a specific IV treatment, such as a factor infusion or platelet transfusion.
Medications like Amicar or tranexamic acid can stabilize the blood clot. Ddavp (desmopressin) causes release of von willebrand factor and factor viii from body stores. The best treatment is to avoid injury in the first place by being sensible and keeping the body fit and strong.

In brief: Various Treatments

Some severe bleeding disorders have a specific IV treatment, such as a factor infusion or platelet transfusion.
Medications like Amicar or tranexamic acid can stabilize the blood clot. Ddavp (desmopressin) causes release of von willebrand factor and factor viii from body stores. The best treatment is to avoid injury in the first place by being sensible and keeping the body fit and strong.
Dr. Lori Luchtman-jones
Dr. Lori Luchtman-jones
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Dr. PAUL EUN
Obstetrics & Gynecology

In brief: Depends on the cause

It depends greatly on the cause.
Some do not need to be treated for the most part unless you are having surgery. The important thing is to find out what disorder you are dealing with so that appropriate guidance may be provided.

In brief: Depends on the cause

It depends greatly on the cause.
Some do not need to be treated for the most part unless you are having surgery. The important thing is to find out what disorder you are dealing with so that appropriate guidance may be provided.
Dr. PAUL EUN
Dr. PAUL EUN
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