In patients with persistent inhibitors if bleeding into the muscles and joints the most common type of bleeding in hemophilia is not controlled permanent joint damage is likely for people with sufficient access to care treatment of inhibitors is one of the biggest challenges in hemophilia today. Factor viii fviii replacement therapy is the foundation of treatment in hemophilia a and is effective unless a patient develops an alloantibody inhibitor against exogenous fviii inhibitor development is currently the most significant treatment complication seen in patients with hemophilia and . Some people with hemophilia and von willebrand disease vwd type 3 will develop inhibitors inhibitors make it more difficult to stop a bleeding episode because they prevent the treatment from working if you have hemophilia or vwd type 3 it is important to be tested for inhibitors once a year . Whos at risk for developing an inhibitor inhibitors are common in patients with hemophilia they occur in 15 to 20 of people with hemophilia a factor viii 8 deficiency and 2 to 5 of people with hemophilia b factor ix 9 deficiency they can also occur in people with other types of bleeding disorders. Approximately 2 3 of people with hemophilia b develop inhibitors while inhibitors in people with hemophilia b are less common than hemophilia a it can be even more challenging as about half of hemophilia b inhibitor patients will develop an anaphylactic reaction to infused factor ix which can be life threatening
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