Hemophilic patients with bleeding episodes will require hospital admission in these situations:
• The patient has potentially life-threatening bleeding involving the CNS, neck, pharynx, retropharynx or retroperitoneum, or potential compartment syndrome.
• The patient is not capable of administering factor replacement therapy at home.
• The patient requires treatment for several days.
• The patient needs close monitoring.
• The patient requires parenteral pain control.
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