Introduction to Haemophilia
Haemophilia is a genetic disorder that impairs blood coagulation. Due to a lower level of blood plasma clotting factors the blood's ability for coagulation is restricted which means that even small injuries can lead to severe blood loss.
Immunoglobulins are vitally important proteins which circulate in the blood and perform several tasks. They neutralize bacterial and viral pathogens, control inflammation and guarantee organ functions and wound heeling. They markedly influence the balance of our immune system.