Assessment of Hemophilia and Associated Risk Factors at Rural Area of Sindh Pakistan
Background: Hemophilia is a genetic disorder related to blood, in which the blood is impotent to clot the draining due to paucity of blood clotting factor.
Objective: The dramatic theme of this research was to evaluate the knowledge skills about hemophilia in healthy individuals and cradle regarding familiarity of this ailment was also evaluated.
Methods: Crossectional randomized research was conducted on 274 study subject’s normal population of rural areas of Sindh and frequent questions apropos cognizance of this disease were probed from all participants and SPSS software was used for the analysis of the data.
Results: From the given data, it was estimated that 59% of the population were familiar with hemophilia, whereas 36% study subjects had no idea about this disease, feminine gender were more familiar with risk factors and people who had more knowledge about hemophilia were graduate in qualification. Chi Square value was found 0.001.
Conclusion: It was concluded from the research that there should be promotional seminars should be conducted from health care providers regarding hemophilia and its risk factors.
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