ARCHIVE: Data Summaries 2006

Individuals with factor VIII deficiency

  1. CHRVIII060509 (PDF May 9, 2006)
    'Hemophilia A' grouped by:

    1. Severity (Severe ≤1%, Moderate = 1-5%, Mild ≥ 5%); and

    2. Age, according to Statistics Canada age groups; and

    3. Gender (females can be registered if factor levels are ≤40%).

  2. CHRVIII060509b (PDF May 9, 2006)
    Same as 1, but age grouped according to pediatric (<18 years) & adult (≥18 years ).

  3. Individuals with factor IX deficiency

  4. CHRIX060509 (PDF May 9, 2006)
    'Hemophilia B' grouped as for those with factor VIII deficiency.

  5. CHRIX060509b (PDF May 9, 2006)
    Same as 3, but age grouped according to pediatric (<18 years) & adult (≥18 years ).

  6. Individuals with von Wilebrand Factor Deficiency

  7. CHRVWD060509 (PDF May 9, 2006)
    Grouped by age and by type.

  8. CHRVWD060509b (PDF May 9, 2006)
    Same as 5, but age grouped according to pediatric (<18 years) & adult (≥18 years ).

  9. Status of Individuals Infected with HIV

  10. CHRHIVstatus060509 (PDF May 9, 2006)
    Originally, HIV infection occuring during the early 1980's was documented in 657 individuals. This number has expanded to 670 through immigration.

  11. Rare Inherited Coagulation Disorders

  12. CHRRareCoag060509 (PDF May 9, 2006)
    Rare Inherited Coagulation Disorders grouped by:

    1. Factor deficiency; and

    2. Severity (Severe ≤1%, Moderate = 1-5%, Mild ≥ 5%); and

    3. Age, according to Statistics Canada age groups; and

    4. Gender (females can be registered if factor levels are ≤40%).

  13. CHRRareCoag060509b (PDF May 9, 2006)
    Same as 8, but age grouped according to pediatric (<18 years) & adult (≥18 years ).

  14. Rare Inherited Platelet Disorders:

  15. CHRRarePlt060509 (PDF May 9, 2006)
    Rare Inherited Platelet Disorders grouped by:

    1. Diagnosis

    2. Age, according to Statistics Canada age groups; and

    3. Gender

  16. CHRRarePlt060508b (PDF May 9, 2006)
    Same as 10, but age grouped according to pediatric (< 18 years) & adult (≥ 18 years).

  17. Individuals with C1 Esterase Inhibitor Deficiency:

  18. CHRC1EI060509 (PDF May 9, 2006)
    Grouped by age and gender


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