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EVALUATION OF LIFE QUALITY IN PATIENTS WITH HAEMOPHILIA
Lavinia Hogea and Laura Nussbaum
There is an increasing concern for the evaluation of individual experience and perception of health condition by the cronic patients. World Health Organization Quality of Life (WHOQOL-100) is one of the most beneficial instruments for assessment of life quality in haemophilic patients. The aim of the study is evaluation of life quality in haemophilic patients admitted in the Medical Center of Evaluation and Rehabilitation ‘‘Cristian Serban’’, Buzias, and Pediatric Clinic Children’s Hospital ’’Luis Turcanu’’, Timisoara, Romania.
Keywords: haemophilia, quality of life