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Treatment of Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura in Children With Subcutaneously Administered Anti-D

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  • Brenø, Elisabeth, Børneafdelingen, Amager Hospital, Denmark (Project participant)
  • Nielsen, Frank, Børneafdelingen, Esbjerg Hospital, Denmark (Project participant)
  • Erichsen, Gunna, Børneafdelingen, Gentofte Hospital, Denmark (Project participant)
  • Kaad, Per-Henrik, Børneafdelingen, Hjørring Hospital, Denmark (Project participant)
  • Christiansen, Karsten M, Børneafdelingen, Holbæk Hospital, Denmark (Project participant)
  • Valerius, Niels Henrik (Project participant)
  • Bohr, Lene, Børneafdelingen Nykøbing F Hospital, Denmark (Project participant)
  • Nielsen, Susanne M, Børneafdelingen, Næstved Hospital, Denmark (Project participant)
  • Hjel, Mogens, Børneafdelingen, Odense Universitets Hospital, Denmark (Project participant)
  • Rytter, Lene, Børneafdelingen, Randers Hospital, Denmark (Project participant)
  • Lausen, Birgitte, Pædiatrisk Klinik II, Rigshospitalet, Denmark (Project participant)
  • Kjærsgaard, Mimi, Børneafdelingen, Skejby Hospital, Denmark (Project participant)
  • Hasle, Henrik, Børneafdelingen, Skejby Hospital, Denmark (Project participant)
  • Hansen, Karen, Børneafdelingen, Viborg Hospital, Denmark (Project participant)
  • Nielsen, Preben B, Børneafdelingen, Sønderborg Hospital, Denmark (Project participant)
  • Rosthøj, Steen, Børneafdelingen, Aalborg Universitets Hospital, Denmark (Project participant)
  • Flugt, Anette, Børneafdelingen, Herning Hospital, Denmark (Project participant)
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The purpose of this study is to describe the effect of anti-D on symptoms and platelet count in children suffering from unexplainable low platelet counts, when anti-D is administered as an injection under the skin. The hypothesis is that the injection with anti-D under the skin is as effective as anti-D given in a vein.
StatusCurrent
Period01/11/200430/06/2009
URLhttp://clinicaltrials.gov/ct/show/NCT00128882?order=50
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