anaemia


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Anaemia has far reaching consequences if not detected and treated early including poor psychomotor development, lowered cognition, poor school performance and increased susceptibility to infections.
Anaemia in women of reproductive agein Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania.
We assessed within-group differences for participants who had anaemia at these two time-points.
Prevalence of Iron Deficiency Anaemia in Children of the Urban Slums of Karachi.
Evidence-based public health interventions will need to be fully considered in order to help tackle the detrimental effects of anaemia on children.
Finally if red cells are defective by make, these are destroyed before completing the normal life span, anaemia is the ultimate out come.
The impact of new onset anaemia on morbidity and mortality in chronic heart failure: results from COMET.
The analysis of prevalence of anaemia showed that the highest proportion belonged to peripheral vascular disease with the prevalence rate of 56.
The commonest type of anaemia was hypochromic microcytic (34.
Anaemia is the most common nutritional deficiency disorder in the world.
If you have an unhealthy pallor and tire easily, you could be suffering from iron deficiency anaemia which can cause serious health consequences if left untreated
Anaemia impedes functional mobility after hip fracture surgery.
Guidelines for the management of iron deficiency anaemia [Electronic version].
Urinary magnesium excretion in steady-state sickle cell anaemia.