Nationwide Children's Hospital is running a clinical trial to test drug called DDAVP inhalant product and behavior called exercise intervention to treat hemophilia. Individuals with mild hemophilia A (MHA) bleed infrequently but can in the setting of trauma which often is when participating in sports/exercise. Although both exercise and DDAVP (desmopressin) can raise Factor 8/Von Willebrand Factor (FVIII/VWF levels), it is not clear whether the pathophysiological mechanism is the same. Consequently it is not known if DDAVP and exercise would have additive effects in raising FVIII:C and VWF levels or if one would one negate the effect of the other. The aim of this 2 center (Sickkids and Nationwide Children's), prospective, cross-over design study is to compare the impact of exercise vs. DDAVP on hemostasis in patients with MHA and also to investigate the impact of sequentially administering these interventions on their hemostatic indices.
The drug is DDAVP Inhalant Product and the behavior is exercise intervention.
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||Interventional (Clinical Trial)
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||None (Open Label)
||The randomization of the participant to a study arm will be done prior to the study visit by the pharmacy at the hospital. The Investigator and study team will know the arm each participant is in before the patient's visit. This information will also be provided to the participant before the visit.
||Exercise Versus DDAVP in Patients With Mild Hemophilia A - is One Non-inferior to the Other and do They Work Additively in Improving Hemostasis?
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|Contact: Riten Kumar, MD, MSc
|Contact: Heidi Ziegler, RN
For enrollment please visit www.clinicaltrials.gov.