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Hemophilia Comprehensive Care Program

February 2018 enewsletter

Subject: MyCBDR

  My CBDR logo

Hi everyone,
We hope February is going well for you all.

We want to ensure you know about MyCBDR, a secure app for people, or caregivers of people, with bleeding disorders to record home treatments. MyCBDR was created by McMaster University and is supported by the Canadian Hemophilia Society (CHS).

The CHS strongly believes the use of MyCBDR will improve patient care and health outcomes, so if you are a patient, or caregiver of someone, on home treatment, check out the following CHS video. It highlights the benefits of using MyCBDR, including how easy and fast it is to report bleeds and treatments via MyCBDR, and how to register.  CHS Video
Here’s a couple of frequently asked questions about MyCBDR:

Who manages my product inventory in MyCBDR?
Information about the factor you are issued for homecare is entered into the ‘Received Product’ section of MyCBDR by our clinic Data Manager, Antonette Travas. If you see any discrepancies in your inventory or have any questions, please call Antonette at 416-864-6060 x2579.

What happens after I enter infusion details?
MyCBDR is a tool to record information about your bleeds and treatments. Please enter your infusion details as soon as you have done your infusion. Your infusion records are reviewed periodically by your health care team. If you have any questions or concerns about your current treatment plan, contact the nursing team at 416-864-5129.  


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The St. Michael’s Hemophilia Team