The ways of reforming the organization of medical care for patients with hemophilia in Ukraine

G. Moroz, S. Vydyborets


The paper focuses on the state of medical care for patients with haemophilia in Ukraine and necessity of changing of model comprehensive medical care for patients with different disorders of haemostasis, qualitative training of well-qualified specialists in haemostasiology. Educational progamm for haematologists, childhood haematologists, phisiotherapists and the creation of Kyiv oblast haemophilia center are the first steps in reform of comprehensive medical care for the patients with haemophilia and other disorders of haemostasis.


haemophilia; model of comprehensive medical care; haemostasiology; haemophilia center; reform of organization medical care


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