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Hemophilia Clinical Trials

A listing of Hemophilia medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (104) clinical trials

Swiss Hemophilia Registry

The Swiss Hemophilia Registry will collect data on the prophylactic and therapeutic use of factor concentrates in patients with hemophilia and other severe bleeding disorders in Switzerland.

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The Hemophilia Ultrasound Project

Persons with Hemophilia (A or B) often experience recurrent joint bleeds, most commonly affecting the ankles, knees and elbows. These bleeds can lead to significant pain and disability over time. If recurrent joint bleeds are not managed with prompt and adequate infusions of factor concentrate, the damage caused by the ...

Phase N/A

A Phase III Study on the Safety Pharmacokinetics and Efficacy of Coagulation Factor VIIa

A Phase III Study on the Safety, Pharmacokinetics, and Efficacy of Coagulation Factor VIIa (Recombinant) in Congenital Hemophilia A or B Pediatric Patients from birth to <12 years old with Inhibitors to Factor VIII or IX: PerSept 2


UK - EHL Outcomes Registry

Severe haemophilia A and B (SHA, SHB) are inherited bleeding disorders affecting male patients and are characterised by low levels of circulating clotting factors VIII and IX respectively. Clinically low levels present with multiple recurrent bleeds into joints and muscle from the first couple of years of life. In addition ...

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Safety/Efficacy Study to Assess Whether FVIII/VWF Concentrate Can Induce Immune Tolerance in Haemophilia A Patients

The development of factor VIII inhibitors occurs in approximately 30 to 40% of patients with severe Haemophilia A. The main negative clinical and cost consequence is the ineffectiveness of replacement therapy in patients with high-titer antibodies, who have a shorter life and greater morbidity than those who do not develop ...


Does the Thrombin Generation Test Performed During the Pharmacokinetic Profile of the Substitutive Factor VIII Bring Benefits to the Personalized Treatment of Pediatric Patients and Adult Hemophilia A Patients Under Prophylaxis ?

In the context of hemophilia, it is well know that the level of factor VIII alone does not reflect the clinical phenotype of the patients in an accurate way. At equal factor VIII levels, certain patients will bleed more than others. The thrombin generation test (TGT) is a test that ...

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Long-Term Safety Tolerability and Efficacy of DTX101 (AAVrh10FIX) in Adults With Moderate/Severe to Severe Hemophilia B

Hemophilia B is an X-linked recessive genetic bleeding disorder caused by mutations in the factor IX (FIX) gene. FIX is produced in the liver and is critical for fibrin clot formation. Hemophilia B is characterized by frequent, spontaneous internal bleeding that can lead to chronic arthropathy (joint damage), intracranial hemorrhage, ...


Factor Product Utilization and Health Outcomes in Patients With Hemophilia

Recombinant factor VIII Fc (rFVIIIFc) and recombinant factor IX Fc (rFIXFc) are extended half-life coagulation factors approved by Health Canada in 2014 for the treatment of severe hemophilia A and B, respectively. The objectives of this observational study is to describe the change in annual factor consumption, clinical and patient-reported ...

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Individualizing Hemophilia Prophylaxis Using Thromboelastography

This is a pilot study in children and adults with severe hemophilia A that utilizes the TEG/ROTEM to personalize their prophylaxis treatment. Primary objectives: Assess the feasibility of TEG/ROTEM-guided modification of the current prophylaxis regimen for individuals with severe hemophilia A. Specifically, to: Test and refine the operational protocol for ...

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A Survey on the Success of Inhibitor Elimination Using Individualized Concentrate Selection and Controlled ITI

As a result of many technological advances in the last two decades, current factor VIII (FVIII) concentrates (both plasma-derived and recombinant products) are considered very safe in terms of pathogen safety. The development of inhibitors against FVIII or factor IX (FIX) is considered as a major complication during replacement therapy ...

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