Hemophilia in Children: Signs and Treatment
by Cathy Parkes January 17, 2022
A child with Hemophilia A is deficient in Factor VIII.
In Hemophilia B the deficiency is with Factor IX.
Treatment of these conditions will include replacement of the missing factor, desmopressin, and aminocaproic acid.
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