COVID-19’s impact on people with haemophilia

COVID-19’s impact on people with haemophilia

Professor Cedric Hermans specialises in haemophilia at St Luc University Hospital in Brussels, Belgium. In these videos, he talks about COVID-19’s impact on people with haemophilia.

 

In the first video, Professor Hermans talks about how people with haemophilia should look after themselves during the COVID-19 pandemic, including tips on avoiding infection, avoiding bleeds, and keeping physically active.

In this video, Professor Hermans discusses the evidence for whether COVID-19 poses a special risk for people with haemophilia.

In this final video, Professor Hermans talks about how COVID-19 may ultimately have a positive impact on people with haemophilia and haemophilia care.

Download ‘My Voice, My Care’ to understand how to get the most out of conversations with your care team.

COVID-19’s impact on people with haemophilia

Professor Cedric Hermans specialises in haemophilia at St Luc University Hospital in Brussels, Belgium. In these videos, he talks about COVID-19’s impact on people with haemophilia.

 

In the first video, Professor Hermans talks about how people with haemophilia should look after themselves during the COVID-19 pandemic, including tips on avoiding infection, avoiding bleeds, and keeping physically active.

In this video, Professor Hermans discusses the evidence for whether COVID-19 poses a special risk for people with haemophilia.

In this final video, Professor Hermans talks about how COVID-19 may ultimately have a positive impact on people with haemophilia and haemophilia care.

Download ‘My Voice, My Care’ to understand how to get the most out of conversations with your care team.