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Haemophilia

Haemophilia is a group of inherited blood disorders in which the blood does not clot properly. An affected individual may bleed spontaneously or for longer than a healthy person after injury or surgery. The blood coagulation mechanism is a process which transforms the blood from a liquid into a solid, and involves several different clotting factors. The mechanism generates fibrin when it is activated, which together with the platelet plug, stops the bleeding. When coagulation factors are missing or deficient the blood does not clot properly and bleeding continues. Patients with Hemophilia A or B have a genetic defect which results in a deficiency in one of the blood clotting factors.

Haemophilia centre affiliated to Haemophilia Federation of India
We provide factors VIII & factor IX for the haemophilic patients in form of fresh frozen plasma(ffp), as the factor VIII and factor IX have very high cost in the market and also available at very few places;
We are creating awareness amongst community by organizing various programmes and seminars.