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Women and Girls Bleed too – Recognising Bleeding Disorders (Episode 1 of 3)

Women and Girls Bleed too – Recognising Bleeding Disorders (Episode 1 of 3)

A podcast series on Bleeding Disorders in Women and Girls, aiming to provide first-line healthcare professionals with insights on recognising, diagnosing, and managing bleeding disorders in women and girls. A podcast series on Bleeding Disorders in Women and Girls, aiming to provide first-line healthcare professionals with insights on recognising, diagnosing, and managing bleeding disorders in women and girls.

Dr. Sarah O'Brien, Dr. Michelle Lavin

Listen to the first episode - Recognising Bleeding Disorders
Portrait of Sarah O'Brien
Dr. Sarah O’Brien

Paediatric Haematologist

Nationwide Children's Hospital

United States (US)

Portrait of Michelle Lavin
Dr. Michelle Lavin

Haematologist

RCSI and National Coagulation Centre, St. James’ Hospital

Republic of Ireland

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Women & Girls Bleed Too: Recognising Bleeding Disorders – Episode 1

By Dr. Michelle Lavin and Dr. Sarah O’Brien
In Episode 1, Haematologist Dr. Michelle Lavin (RCSI and National Coagulation Centre, St James’ Hospital, Dublin, Ireland) and Paediatric Haematologist Dr. Sarah O’Brien (Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus, OH, USA) have an insightful discussion on the signs and symptoms of a bleeding disorder in young girls and adult women, as well as the impact bleeding symptoms have on their lives. Dr. Lavin and Dr. O’Brien also provide guidance on the next steps first-line healthcare professionals need to take when they see a patient with abnormal bleeding.

 

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