On Thursday, “WFH Educational made possible by Takeda: Digital technologies and personalized care to manage joint health” provided an overview of the cellular effects of bleeding in a joint and the importance of individual monitoring plans for the preservation of joint health in patients with hemophilia.
Len Valentino gave an overview how bleeds can contribute to joint arthropathy and patient burden. Angela Forsyth spoke about the importance of individual monitoring plans for the preservation of joint health in patients with hemophilia. Deon York gave a talk called, “Every bleed matters: Treatment without delay”, and Alfonso Iorio gave examples of how digital tools can enable education and collaboration with patients and the wider multidisciplinary team to strive for zero bleeds.
To watch sessions from the WFH Virtual Summit – Connecting the Global Bleeding Disorders Community, please click here.