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Synonyms for hematinic

a medicine that increases the hemoglobin content of the blood

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Patients with a deficiency in at least one of the following hematinic parameters, serum iron, ferritin, folic acid, vitamin B12 and haemoglobin (Hb) were included in the study.
The exact pathophysiology of Aphthous ulcers remains obscure, many factors are considered to contribute to the pathogenesis of these lesions, such as immunological factors, local trauma, smoking, stress, hormonal imbalance, infections, vitamin and trace element deficiencies, hereditary and genetic factors, microbial factor, food hypersensitivity drug allergy, hematinic deficiencies and human immunodeficiency virus infection4 -8 .
The major method groups participating in the Hematinics Scheme are Abbott Architect, Beckman Access, Beckman DxI, the Roche Elecsys group, Siemens Advia Centaur, and Siemens Immulite 2000 and Immulite 2500.
These hematinic solutions often included various other elements such as Zn and Cu, (5) which is consistent with their presence in the sample.
The other drugs reviewed that also had no new safety concerns were anti-neoplastic agent Camptosar (irinotecan), antineoplastic agent Paraplatin (carboplatin), platelet-reducing agent Agrylin (anagrelide), and hematinic agent Ferrlecit (sodium ferric gluconate complex).
The other drugs reviewed that also had no new safety concerns were antineoplastic agent irinotecan (Camptosar), antineoplastic agent carboplatin (Paraplatin), platelet-reducing agent anagrelide (Agrylin), and hematinic agent sodium ferric gluconate complex (Ferrclecit).
Iron sucrose, also long used in Europe, is the most recent addition to the hematinic therapy armamentarium in the United States (November, 2000).
12] was the first of the interrelated hematinic (meaning "blood-building") vitamins to be discovered.
Natural vitamins represent approximately 40% of the total vitamin, nutrient and hematinic preparations market, which approached $2.
Intermittent iron folate supplementation: impact on hematinic status and growth of school girls.
A histogram distribution that is bimodal can be seen in various situations, are usually associated with therapeutic transfusion and/or hematinic agent response to microcytic and macrocytic anemia, but they may also indicate other hematological disorders like cold agglutinin disease, in the presence of erythrocyte fragments, in IDA (microcytic) with recent blood transfusion, in sideroblastic anemia especially in acquired forms, and megaloblastic anemia (macrocytic anemia) with recent blood transfusion.
Hematinic agents are also used in the treatment of anemia.