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Treatments for Cold antibody hemolytic anemia

Treatment List for Cold antibody hemolytic anemia

The list of treatments mentioned in various sources for Cold antibody hemolytic anemia includes the following list. Always seek professional medical advice about any treatment or change in treatment plans.

  • No treatment - disease may be mild and self limiting especially in children
  • Avoid cold exposure
  • Blood transfusions - in acute severe disease
  • Treatment of underlying conditions such as Mycoplasma, and systemic autoimmune disease
  • Plasmapheresis - use is limited, but may be helpful in acute severe disease
  • Steroids, not usually helpful but may be effective in some subsets of patients
  • Rituximab - currently being studied for effectiveness, especially in children
  • Splenectomy not generally helpful as haemolysis occurs in the liver

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