Education

The NEW Switching Tool

Dr. Iorio will discuss the WAPPS-Hemo Database and the research stemming from the platform. He will also touch upon how you can participate in the research generated from WAPPS and how your centre can access PK data.

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Webinar #5: The Database and You - A Guide to Maximizing WAPPS Research

Dr. Iorio will discuss the WAPPS-Hemo Database and the research stemming from the platform. He will also touch upon how you can participate in the research generated from WAPPS and how your centre can access PK data.

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Webinar #4: Using the Switching Tool and Validation Points

Dr. Iorio elaborates on how to use the Validation Points which are developed to improve the overall accuracy of the predictions. He also reviews the Switching Tool, the newest addition to the platform, designed to predict PK's when switching from an SHL to an EHL concentrate.

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Webinar #3: Empowering your patients using MyWAPPS and the patient dashboard

Dr. Iorio will be activating myWAPPS, the patient app to WAPPS-Hemo, and demonstrating the features and benefits including infusions, bleed logs and the new scanning feature. In addition, he will illustrate the WAPPS-Hemo Dashboard and its value in patient care.

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Webinar #2: Using a PK Estimate to Develop a Treatment Plan

Dr. Iorio will be demonstrates how to create a PK profile and the treatment plan. He took us through steps on how to use the clinical calculator to create personalized treatment plans to meet your patient's individual needs.

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Webinar #1: Getting Started with WAPPS-Hemo

In the first webinar, you will learn how to
1. Register your centre
2. Create a patient
3. Record an infusion
4. Request a PK

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Xyntha/ReFacto Af – Potency conversion

Due to the different labelled potencies of Xyntha and ReFacto AF (1 IU: 1.38 IU), please ensure that you have selected the correct concentrate that your patient has infused with (Xyntha vs. ReFacto AF). WAPPS-Hemo will take into account potency conversion and you do not need to make any adjustments to your measurements.

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Rebinyn/Refixia – Lab test assay recommendations

With the recent availability for WAPPS-Hemo to process Rebinyn/Refixia requests, we recognize that there are recommendations to use certain lab test assays over others. Based on studies by Bowyer et al 2016, ABC et al 2015, … we recommend that FIX:C in Rebinyn/Refixia-containing plasma samples can be most accurately measured with one-stage clotting assays using SynthAFax or DG Synth [to be internally verified], whereas there is no preference with chromogenic assays.

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