Case report on perioperative management of combined factor V and VIII deficiency in a patient with prolapse uterus
Keywords:Factor V and VIII deficiency, Perioperative management, Vaginal hysterectomy
Combined factor V and factor VIII deficiency is a rare autosomal recessive disorder with incidence of one in 10,00,000. We reported a case of seventy-one-year-old patient with third degree uterovaginal prolapse, diagnosed as combined factor V and VIII deficiency and the successful perioperative management during vaginal hysterectomy. With our experience in this, we conclude that for the patient's with factor V and VIII deficiency that the correction should be given for at least 2 weeks post operatively.
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