COVID-19’s impact on people with haemophilia

COVID-19’s impact on people with haemophilia

COVID-19’s impact on people with haemophilia

Understand the implications of COVID-19 for people with haemophilia through these helpful videos by Professor Cedric Hermans of St Luc University Hospital, Brussels, who specialises in haemophilia.

What will the long-term impact of COVID-19 be on haemophilia care?

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed various aspects of life – including haemophilia care. Professor Hermans explains how the pandemic may ultimately have some positive impact on people with haemophilia care.

Does COVID-19 pose a special risk for people living with haemophilia?

Learn more about the risk associated with COVID-19 for people living with haemophilia, through helpful information by Professor Hermans.

The importance of self-care for people with haemophilia

Discover the importance of looking after physical and mental health for people with haemophilia during the COVID-19 pandemic. This video by Professor Hermans includes tips on avoiding infection and bleeds and keeping physically active.

*These videos were created during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic and might include references of lockdowns or restrictions. While the advice and clinical data remains relevant and useful, the videos might include outdated information and references that don’t apply anymore.

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