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Is the Detection of Factor IX Inhibitors in Hemophilia B Orphan than Factor VIII Inhibitors in Hemophilia A? A Concise, Systematic Review

[ Vol. 20 , Issue. 3 ]

Author(s):

Hassan Mansouritorghabeh* and Seyedeh T. Mohades   Pages 185 - 190 ( 6 )

Abstract:


Objective: Development of inhibitors in hemophilia A and B comprise significant challenge for patients, hematologists, and health provider systems. It has recommended by the World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) to check inhibitors every 3-4 months. The incidence of inhibitor in hemophilia B is lower than hemophilia A. Here, it tried to unravel whether the detection of inhibitors in hemophilia B neglected compared to hemophilia A or not?

Methods: A comprehensive review carried out using six international and local medical search engines on published contributions about inhibitors in hemophilia A and B in Iran.

Results: From 699 titles, 12 relevant papers were selected. The mean of factor VIII inhibitors in hemophilia A was 14.8%. The mean of factor IX inhibitors in hemophilia B was 6%. The minimum and maximum reported percentages of factor VIII inhibitors were 4% and 19.6%, while the minimum and maximum of reported percentages of factor IX inhibitors were 0% and 11.8%, respectively. The inhibitors in hemophilia A had reported in 6 papers. One paper had covered the inhibitors in hemophilia B. There were five papers on inhibitors in both hemophilia A and B. The comparison between the reported patients showed that 3020 patients with hemophilia A and 314 patients with hemophilia B had studied.

Conclusion: Consistent with the lower frequency of hemophilia B and the lower development of inhibitors in hemophilia B compared to hemophilia A, it was concluded that hemophilia B had not neglected in Iran. It seems to be rational that each country, check rates of detection of inhibitors in hemophilia B to identify whether it has neglected or not.

Keywords:

Hemophilia A, hemophilia B, factor VIII inhibitors, factor IX inhibitors, quality of life, lyophilized coagulation.

Affiliation:

Immunology Research Center, Inflammation and Inflammatory Diseases Division, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Mashhad, Department of Hematology, Razavi Hospital, Mashhad

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