International Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Pathology

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International Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Pathology

2021, Vol. 4 Issue 3, Part APages: 07-09

To find the correlation of the clinical findings with Hematological findings of bleeding disorders subjects

Dr. Surekha Sharma and Dr. Shahar Bano Khan
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ABSTRACT
Background and Method: Bleeding time is a basic blood test that looks at how fast small blood vessels close to stop bleeding. This test helps diagnose bleeding problems. Pre-requisites-Certain medications including dextran, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), and salicylates (including aspirin) may change the test results.
Result: Inherited bleeding disorders involve males (17%, n=104) more commonly than females (6%, n=96). However statistically no gender association could be obtained in inherited bleeding disorders as P = 0.125 (P > 0.05).Among 200 cases, 106 cases (53%) have mild anemia (Hb- 7-12 g/dl) while 80 cases (40%) presented with severe anemia (Hb- <7g/dl). 89% cases are found to share clinical & hematological findings while no correlation seen in 11% cases.
Conclusion: Our endeavor here is to evaluate bleeding disorders on the available resources in the department and help the clinicians to have an idea of the hematological changes seen on light microscopy, for deciding the treatment of the diseases. Of all the bleeding disorders, platelet disorders (74%) are more common than coagulation disorders (15%).
How to cite this article:
Dr. Surekha Sharma and Dr. Shahar Bano Khan. To find the correlation of the clinical findings with Hematological findings of bleeding disorders subjects. International Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Pathology. 2021; 4(3): 07-09. DOI: 10.33545/pathol.2021.v4.i3a.380
International Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Pathology