Preventing Blood Clots For Patients With Hereditary AT Deficiency
February 12, 2013
Blood Clotting Disorder With Devastating Consequences
Hereditary AT Deficiency is a blood-clotting condition affecting 1 out of 2000 to 3000 people in the United States. People with a family history of blood clots must be tested. Pregnant women with undiagnosed hereditary AT deficiency are at an even higher risk – for both mother and baby. Join Dr. Michael Paidas, and woman patient with this condition as they go close-up and personal in a discussion of this rare but potentially life-threatening condition. The Balancing Act…it’s morning TV…made for a woman.
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