Hemophilia A and B
This chapter outlines the pathophysiology, clinical presentation, inheritance, and incidence of hemophilia A and B. The chapter describes the interaction with pregnancy and discusses the medical and anesthetic management of pregnant women with hemophilia A and B, including treatment of acute hemorrhage.
KeywordsHemophilia A Hemophilia B Factor VIII deficiency Factor IX deficiency Christmas disease Inherited bleeding disorder Inherited coagulopathy
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