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  • 1. The many facets ofAcquired Haemophilia Wai Keong Wong Keith Gomez
  • 2. 79F• Recurrent Falls and Tiredness• R Distal Radius # + Swollen Left Knee• APTT 111 PT12 Fib 5.3 – APTT 50:50 Mix 37 (not fully corrected)• Hb 7.3
  • 3. On Examination• R Arm Bruise from Axilla to Fingers• Left Anterior CubitalFossa – Bruised – Site of Venepuncture• Bruising of the L Knee• Hot Swollen R Knee• BP 85/45 HR 120 RR 30 Sats 94%
  • 4. Acquired Haemophilia• Antibodies against Factor VIII• Rare – Prevalence 344 cases in UK – Incidence 60-70 / yr 1-1.5 per million – Median Age 74• Diagnosis – Prolonged APTT – Does not correct with 50/50 – Low Factor VIII (IX rarely) + Inhibitor
  • 5. Stop the Bleed ObjectivesImmune Find thesuppres Cause
  • 6. FEIBA rFVIIat½ 8-12 hrs t½ 2-3 hrs£4000 £3500
  • 7. Monitoring bypassing therapy Normal Baseline rFVIIa 90 ug/kg FEIBA 100 IU/kg 7
  • 8. Underlying Cause % Autoimmune disorder 14.1 Malignancy 11.5 Pregnancy 8.9 Drug-induced 3.3 Transfusion, dermatologic, infection, MGUS, other 7.8 Idiopathic 54.4Ref: Baudoet al.Blood July 5, 2012 vol. 120 no. 1 39-46
  • 9. 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 028/03/201104/04/201111/04/201118/04/201125/04/2011 Prednisolone 60mg02/05/201109/05/201116/05/2011 30mg23/05/201130/05/2011 Cyclophosphamide 50mg06/06/201113/06/201120/06/201127/06/201104/07/201111/07/201118/07/201125/07/201101/08/2011 ?Role for IVIg08/08/201115/08/2011 ?Role for Rituximab
  • 10. Complete remission dependent on treatment group. ○ Steroids alone □ Steroids and Cytotoxics Collins P W et al. Blood 2007;109:1870-1877©2007 by American Society of Hematology
  • 11. Inpatient Care ‘Routine’ Venepuncture PhysiotherapyObservations Line Insertion / Biopsies and Removal Surgery
  • 12. Venepuncture
  • 13. Manual Handling
  • 14. Sites of bleeding in patients with acquired hemophilia. Collins P W et al. Blood 2007;109:1870-1877 Unrelated to FVIII Level Contrast to Haemophilia A©2007 by American Society of Hematology
  • 15. Were there warning signs?• 2 weeks prior, mechanical fall and hit chin + R distal radial # – APTT 57• Chin wouldn’t stop bleeding -> A+E – Hb 11 APTT 87 -> GP to recheck – Haem not consulted. Haem lab did not inform Haem on-call
  • 16. Conclusion• Rare but important disorder• Bleeding + High APTT – 50/50 Mix does not correct• Challenge of managing a rare condition – Most bleeding episodes may be iatrogenic – Cost £20000 / day on agents alone• Management – Stop the Bleed/ Find the underlying cause/ Immuno-suppress