Haemophilia: A GUIDE for parents of A NEWLY DIAGNOSED child - OCTOBER 2017
A comprehensive guide for parents. It aims to help parents understand all the issues they will encounter when their child is diagnosed with haemophilia. It also covers growth and development, parenting a child with haemophilia, exercise and sport. Information on support and contact details of services are also included.
Bleeds - Emergency checklist 80KB
Recognising a bleed 587KB
Title pages; how to use this guide 308KB
Chapter 1 - Your child has haemophilia 3.5MB
Chapter 2 - Understanding haemophilia 3.8MB
Chapter 3 - Bruises and bleeds 1.7MB
Chapter 4 - Treatment and health management 3.8MB
Chapter 5 - Growing up with haemophilia 3.4MB
Chapter 6 - Movement, exercise and sport 2.4MB
Click here to find contact details of Haemophilia Treatment Centres (HTCs)
Click here to find the contact details of state/territory and national Haemophilia Foundations
Chapter 8 - Glossary 84KB
Chapter 9 - More information 58KB
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This education resource was funded by the donations of many individuals to Haemophilia
Foundation Australia and an education grant from Pfizer.
Date last reviewed: 21 December 2020
Important Note: This information was developed by Haemophilia Foundation Australia for education and information purposes only and does not replace advice from a treating health professional. Always see your health care provider for assessment and advice about your individual health before taking action or relying on published information.
This information may be printed or photocopied for educational purposes.