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Non Substitutive Strategies to Improve Haemophilia Care in Developing Countries. Experience in Ivory Coast.

2017-02-16 12:53:21 | BioPortfolio

Summary

This study aims to make an inventory of the condition and care of patients with haemophilia and carriers for haemophilia in Ivory Coast and to promote the use non substitutive strategies that are not costly and available in Ivory Coast, to improve the management of haemophilia in this country. The purpose of this project is to evaluate the extent to which the active promotion of these various measures will improve the care of patients with haemophilia and carriers in Ivory Coast.

Description

1. Establish a baseline of the condition of haemophilia in Ivory Coast (number of patients, demographics, reassessment of diagnosis, joint status...).(year 1)

2. Develop tools to assess the intervention (eg transcultural validation of QoL questionnaires, develop booklets to record bleedings...). (year 1)

3. Intervention phase that will focus on education of patients and their family, education of caregivers, training of the laboratory to the diagnosis of haemophilia and promotion of non substitutive strategies to improve haemophilia care in Ivory Coast (DDAVP, antifibrinolytics, physiotherapy, dental care,...).

4. Follow-up phase during 2 years.

5. Outcome analysis

Study Design

Conditions

Haemophilia

Intervention

Education, Improve biological diagnosis and follow-up of haemophilia, Implement haemostatic non substitutive care of haemophilia, Implement non haemostatic care of haemophilia

Location

CHU de Yopougon
Abidjan
Côte D'Ivoire

Status

Recruiting

Source

Cliniques universitaires Saint-Luc- Université Catholique de Louvain

Results (where available)

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Published on BioPortfolio: 2017-02-16T12:53:21-0500

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