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Hemophilia (diseases)

Hemophilia is a blood disorder in which the blood does not clot properly. This means that a minor cut can cause a serious bleeding wound that requires urgent medical attention. Clotting is the process the blood goes through in order to change from a liquid form into a solid form, more...



Heparin (Na) and Heparin (Cl) are injectible coagulants. They are highly sulfated glycosaminoglycan, and these molecules have the highest negative charge density. Pharmaceutical grade heparin (Na and Cl) is obtained from mucosal tissues of pork intestine more...

Brand name(s): Enoxaparin,

Hepatitis B (diseases)

Hepatitis B is a very serious infection of the liver which can lead to chronic health problems, liver cancer, and cirrhosis of the liver and liver failure for some patients. Most adults who contract the disease are able to make a full recovery, however, children and those with immune deficiency more...

Hepatitis C (diseases)

There are six identified strains of hepatitis, each named for a letter. Currently medical science has identified hepatitis A, B, C, D, E, and G. While each strain of hepatitis causes liver damage, hepatitis C is considered to be one of the more destructive strains of the disease. Hepatitis C more...

Hiv (diseases)

HIV is an abbreviation which stands for Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection. As the name implies, it is a viral infection. HIV usually eventually leads to AIDS, Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. HIV and AIDS slowly destroy the body’s immune system, making it nearly impossible for the body to fight infection. more...