Blood Disorders (Hemophilia, Sickle Cell Disease, Endometriosis)
Observing Blood Disorders (Hemophilia, Sickle Cell Disease, Endometriosis) in the Classroom
Faculty may observe the following in students with blood disorders:
- Physical weakness
- Periodic absences
- National Heart Lung and Blood Institute
- CDC Information on Blood Disorders
Related Functional Characteristics
Fatigue (Physical) : Students with a blood disorder may experience physical fatigue due to anemia, medication side effects, or flare-ups.
Risk for Injury : Students with blood disorders may be at increased risk for injury due to tendency to bleed profusely.
Susceptibility to Infection : Students with disorders of the blood are likely to experience infections more frequently than others.
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