Expert Doctor Perspectives on PNH

Learn from doctors who are experts in PNHA disease where red blood cells are created without a protective protein. This causes them to burst (a process called hemolysis) and can result in serious health problems. Signs and symptoms include stomach pain, difficulty swallowing, anemia, shortness of breath, and fatigue. Life-threatening complications from PNH include blood clots, kidney failure, and damage to organs. as they talk about PNH and how it affects your body. You will gain a deeper understanding of PNH and how to better manage the disease.

Beyond Fatigue: The Severity of PNH

Beyond Fatigue: The Severity of PNH

In this video, you will hear about some of the serious effects of PNH as explained by Dr. Charles M. Farber, a blood and blood diseases specialist.

The Serious Health Risks of PNH

The Serious Health Risks of PNH

Dr. Charles M. Farber, a doctor and scientist who studies blood and blood diseases, discusses the biology behind how common complications in PNH may occur.

Confirming Your PNH Diagnosis

Confirming Your PNH Diagnosis

In this video, Dr. Ellen W. Friedman, a blood and blood diseases specialist, will describe important laboratory tests that are conducted to diagnose PNH.

Hemolysis: The Danger Behind PNH

Hemolysis: The Danger Behind PNH

In this video, you will learn from Dr. Ellen W. Friedman, a doctor of blood and blood diseases, about the dangers that PNH patients face during hemolysis, or when their red blood cells break down.

LDH: A Key Measure of Hemolysis

LDH: A Key Measure of Hemolysis

In this video, Dr. Ellen W. Friedman, a blood and blood diseases specialist, details what happens to red blood cells in PNH patients.

PNH: A Closer Look at Hemolysis

PNH: A Closer Look at Hemolysis

The differences between intravascular and extravascular hemolysis are discussed in this video by Dr. Jack Goldberg, a clinical professor who studies blood and blood diseases.

PNH and Other Bone Marrow Failure Disorders

PNH and Other Bone Marrow Failure Disorders

In this video, Dr. Jack Goldberg, a clinical professor of medicine, discusses how PNH differs from other bone marrow failure disorders.

Reducing Hemolysis Is Key to Managing PNH

Reducing Hemolysis Is Key to Managing PNH

In this video, Dr. Jack Goldberg, a specialist in blood and blood diseases, explains how controlling the destruction of red blood cells, or hemolysis, is critical to helping patients with PNH.

  • Beyond Fatigue: The Severity of PNH
  • The Serious Health Risks of PNH
  • Confirming Your PNH Diagnosis
  • Hemolysis: The Danger Behind PNH
  • LDH: A Key Measure of Hemolysis
  • PNH: A Closer Look at Hemolysis
  • PNH and Other Bone Marrow Failure Disorders
  • Reducing Hemolysis Is Key to Managing PNH

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Learn about PNH

Learn how PNH can affect your body. Explore the signs and symptoms of PNH and what they can mean.

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Symptoms/LDH tracker Tool

Track your symptoms and your lab results, including your LDH, using the Symptoms/LDH Tracker Tool. It can help you and your doctor monitor your PNH.