haematinic


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Related to haematinic: pernicious anaemia, transferrin
  • noun

Synonyms for haematinic

a medicine that increases the hemoglobin content of the blood

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haematinic therapy in chronic anaemia or the use of crystalloids/colloids to restore blood volume in resuscitation.
A protocol involving investigation of anaemia and targeted haematinic and/or erythropoeitin therapy is to be introduced as part of the preoperative assessment of patients at Fremantle Hospital.
Usually multiple factors contribute to the haematological derangements, and a meticulous, logical approach, including consideration of all possible contributors such as haematinic deficiencies, drug effects and bone marrow infiltration, should be considered.
He was subsequently evaluated by a hematologist and underwent hemoglobin electrophoresis, which showed that he had homozygous delta-beta thalassemia and advised haematinics.
An integrated healthcare solutions provider with pharmaceutical product basket, it caters to over 45 therapeutic areas that include cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, analgesics, haematinics, anti-infectives and antibiotics, respiratory agents, antidiabetics and immunologicals.
Cadila Pharmaceuticals is an integrated healthcare solutions provider with a pharmaceutical product basket in therapeutic areas that include cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, analgesics, haematinics, anti-infectives and antibiotics, respiratory agents, antidiabetics and immunologicals.
Recoveries of folate species from serum pools sent to participants in the UK NEQAS Haematinics Scheme in February and March 2004.
The company now provides contract manufacturing services for a wide variety of APIs and finished dosage forms including anti-infectives, cardiovasculars, anti-virals, anaesthetics, anti-inflammatories, haematinics, anti-depressants, hormones and potent drugs.
He was always found to be anaemic with haemoglobin around 10 g/dl, which never showed improvement with haematinics.
She had been receiving haematinics and in view of an impending labour, it was decided by the obstetricians to transfuse packed red blood cells to increase her oxygen carrying capacity.
Recoveries of folate species from serum pools sent to participants of the UK NEQAS Haematinics Scheme in February and March 2004.
The Trust currently provides Routine Chemistry lab services for patients, alongside haematinics and proteins capability.