By Inge Scharrer, Wolfgang Schramm
This e-book comprises the contribution to the thirty fifth Hemophilia Symposium, Hamburg 2004. the most themes are epidemiology, possibility of infections and inhibitors in hemophilia, continual hemophilic synovitis and long term result of orthopedic therapy, laboratory diagnostics and pediatric hemostaseology. the quantity is rounded off by way of a number of loose papers and posters on hemophilia and hemorrhagic issues and inhibitors in hemophilia.
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Krebs Table 3. HIV-status von Willebrand disease N % S Hemophilia A Hemophilia B N %* N % HIV positive, no AIDS 243 37,8 (44,0) 42 6,5 (51,2) 5 0,8 () 290 45,2 HIV positive, CD4<200 cell/µl 72 11,2 (13,0) 17 2,6 (20,7) 3 0,5 (37,5) 92 14,3 HIV positive, full blown AIDS 29 4,5 (5,3) 4 0,6 (4,9) 0 0,0 (0,0) 33 5,1 HIV positive, no comment 208 32,4 (37,7) 19 3,0 (23,2) 0 0,0 (0,0) 227 35,4 S 552 86,0 82 12,8 8 1,2 642 100 N % * percentage of all patients; in brackets: percentage of row Table 4. Distribution of death causes Cause of death HIV– N %* HIV+ no AIDS n % HIV+ AIDS CD4+ < 200 n % n % Died of AIDS — — 0 0,0 (0,0) 0 0,0 (0,0) 1 Died of liver disease 0 0 (0,0) 4 18,2 (44,5) 0 0,0 (0,0) Died of bleeding 3 13,6 (30,0) 0 0,0 (0,0) 0 Died of cancer 1 4,5 (10,0) 1 11,1 (4,5) Died of other diseases 3 13,6 (30,0) 4 Died of accident, 1 suicide, drugs, murder 4,5 (10,0) Died, no comment 2 S 10 S n % 4,5 (50,0) 1 4,5 1 4,5 (50,0) 5 22,7 0,0 (0,0) 0 0,0 (0,0) 3 13,6 0 0,0 (0,0) 0 0,0 (0,0) 2 9,1 18,1 (44,4) 0 0,0 (0,0) 0 0,0 (0,0) 7 31,8 0 0,0 (0,0) 0 0,0 (0,0) 0 0,0 (0,0) 1 4,5 9,1 (20,0) 0 0,0 (0,0) 1 4,5 (100) 0 0,0 (0,0) 3 13,6 45,5 9 41,0 1 4,5 2 9,1 22 100 * percentage of all patients; in brackets: percentage of row total number of deaths per year (cancer) Liver disease c) Cancer e) total number of deaths per year (HIV) a) total number of deaths per year (liver disease) total number of deaths per year (HIV) HIV total number of deaths per year (cancer) total number of deaths per year (liver disease) HIV Infection and Causes of Death in Patients with Hemophilia in Germany p < 0,001 b) p < 0,025 d) p < 0,001 f) Fig.
35th Hemophilia Symposium Hamburg 2004: Epidemiology;Risk of Infections and Inhibitors in Hemophilia; Chronic lic Synovitis and Long-term Results of Orthopedic ... Hemostaseology;Free Lectures by Inge Scharrer, Wolfgang Schramm