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La Paz University Hospital and Roche launch REVITA pilot project, a telemedicine service for people with hemophilia A
- An initiative that arose in the context of the pandemic, identifying ways to improve the monitoring of joint health without increasing hospital visits in these people, through remote ultrasound scans.
- It is an integrated technological solution, aimed at hospitalization and home care, which allows the application of personalized action protocols for each patient.
- REVITA aims to validate the telemedicine service for people with hemophilia A in prophylaxis and extend it to other centers; integrate the hematology team and train patients.
- People with hemophilia suffer bleeding disorders, especially in joints such as knees, ankles and elbows, being the main cause of morbidity and generating a great impact on their quality of life. Follow-up of these bleedings is key to their correct evolution.
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