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Table 1 Historical prevalence of inherited bleeding disorders, Brazil, 2002-2014

From: Evaluation of a web-based registry of inherited bleeding disorders: a descriptive study of the Brazilian experience with HEMOVIDAweb Coagulopatias

Year Haemophilia A Haemophilia B von Willebrand’s disease Other inherited bleeding disordersa Not informed Total
  N % N N N % N % N % N %
2002 5,411 70.95 886 11.62 866 11.36 202 2.65 261 3.42 7,626 100
2007 6,881 62.33 1,291 11.69 2,333 21.13 316 2.86 219 1.98 11,040 100
2009 7,905 54.76 1,516 10.50 3,822 26.48 1,015 7.03 178 1.23 14,436 100
2010 8,369 52.06 1,609 10.01 4,451 27.69 1,437 8.94 210 1.31 16,076 100
2011 8,848 50.94 1,723 9.92 4,934 28.41 1,865 10.74 0 0.00 17,370 100
2012 9,122 49.17 1,801 9.71 5,445 29.35 2,184 11.77 0 0.00 18,552 100
2013 9,348 47.33 1,838 9.31 5,976 30.26 2,589 13.11 0 0.00 19,751 100
2014 9,616 45.65 1,881 8.93 6,544 31.06 3,025 14.36 0 0.00 21,066 100
  1. aThis includes rare bleeding disorders, platelet disorders, hemophilia carriers and unknown bleeding disorders