Canterbury DHB



Allo-antibodies to factor VIII occur in 10 - 15% of patients with classical haemophilia (usually <10% FVIII level) and usually within the first 40 treatment exposure days. Inhibitors do not occur after 200 treatment exposure days. Factor IX antibodies are extremely rare.

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August 2016

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August 2019


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Topic Code: 5268