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Research projects

Within the coagulation unit, several research projects are underway in both the thrombosis and the bleeding area. Thrombosis research includes epidemiological studies of coagulation disorders and research on various forms and combinations of anticoagulant treatment.

Bleeding disorders

In the bleeding area, there are projects related to hemophilia, von Willebrand's disease (VWD), platelet function disorders, hemostasis associated with surgery and complications of anticoagulation treatment. Examples of projects are prophylaxis treatment in hemophilia, etiology and treatment of inhibitors in hemophilia, pharmacokinetics of factor VIII or IX concentrate and health economics in hemophilia as well as genetic screening of patients suspected of bleeding disorders and studies on complement-platelet interactions.

We also participate as coagulation consultants in other units' research that comes into contact with the hemostasis area, eg cardiological research.

Within the coagulation unit, we have extensive experience of participating in clinical trials in the hemostasis and thrombosis area.

Thrombotic and thrombophilia disorders

In the field of thrombosis, there are projects related to epidemiology, thrombophilia and treatment. The thrombosis research involves both arterial and venous thromboembolism. The main focus is at the moment to identify and work with mechanisms of thrombophilia.