haemorrhagic disorders

haemorrhagic disorders

These include the PURPURAS, hereditary haemorrhagic TELANGIECTASIA, PLATELET excess, deficiency or defect, HAEMOPHILIA, CHRISTMAS DISEASE, VON WILLEBRAND'S DISEASE and the effects of vitamin K deficiency and advanced liver disease.
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Blood donation helps save the lives of thousands of patients every year including those affected with cancer, haemorrhagic disorders, thrombocytopenia, and blood diseases.
The post-partum haemorrhage was the leading cause of haemorrhagic disorders with 48.8%.