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Quiz About the 101 Video

Question 1 of 6

1.Haemophilia is primarily caused by a lack of the following:

Question 2 of 6

2.Inhibitors are created as a result of:

Question 3 of 6

3.An inhibitor is a type of:

Question 4 of 6

4.People with haemophilia and inhibitors are at increased risk for:

Question 5 of 6

5.Bypassing agents:

Question 6 of 6

6.Immune Tolerance Induction (ITI):
  1. 1.Haemophilia is primarily caused by a lack of factors VIII or IX.
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  2. 2.Inhibitors are created as a result of a reaction to factor therapy.
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  3. 3.An inhibitor is a type of antibody.
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  4. 4.People with haemophilia and inhibitors are at increased risk for more difficulty stopping bleeds once they start and bleeding episode complications such as joint damage.
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  5. 5.Bypassing agents use a "detour" to get around inhibition of factors VIII and IX and contain clotting factors other than factors VIII and IX.
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  6. 6.Immune Tolerance Induction (ITI) floods the body to train the immune system not to create antibodies to clotting factors.
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