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of or associated with sickness

being weak in quality or substance

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lacking vigor or energy

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relating to anemia or suffering from anemia

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Since 2004, Maheshwari says, research studies have repeatedly shown that babies born prematurely who are severely anemic - those with a proportion of red blood cells to total blood volume between 20% and 24% at birth - can develop NEC within 48 hours after receiving a red blood cell transfusion.
"This incredibly anemic star, which likely formed just a few hundred million years after the Big Bang, has iron levels 1.5 million times lower than that of the Sun," Thomas Nordlander, an astronomer from the ARC Center of Excellence for All Sky Astrophysics in 3 Dimensions and the Australian National University, said.A
Table-II: Demographics and socioeconomic characteristics of anemic and non-anemic groups.
It included 90 anemic pregnant women (30 in each trimester) in the age group of 20-35 years.
(2010) observed that sensitivity of FAMACHA in detecting anemic goats was found to be 93 percent.
They then looked at the proportion of women who scored positive for depression among those who were, and those who were not, anemic.
Despite the numerous medicinal properties and uses of this extract, there is paucity of information on its biochemical and hematological effects in anemic and normal Wistar rats.
Summary: Amravati (Andhra Pradesh) [India], Jan 19 (ANI): Raising concern on the health conditions of children in the state, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Friday asked the officials to ensure that the underweight, anemic and malnourished children get healthy within a year.
Meanwhile, the CEO of Canada's Roger Communications, the biggest network in the country, told Reuters iPhone 8 sales had been "anemic."
Anaemia Prevalence among Hospitalised Children Non_Anemic 56% Anemic 44% Note: Table made from pie chart.
Out of 80 students participated in the study, 37 (46.25%) students were anemic, among these anemic students, 8 (10%) were males and 29 (36.25%) were females, and out of 37 anemic students, 7 (18.91%) males and 19 (51.35%) females were mildly anemic; 1 (02.79%) male and 10 (20.02%) females were moderately anemic; and no student was suffering from severe anemia (Tables 1 and 2).
Anemic children have difficulty concentrating and may find it difficult to learn.
33.4% of the students were found to be anemic. Significantly high number of hostelites (39.2%) were anemic as compared to day scholars (23.1%) (P value= 0.015*).
Out of 150 children 77 (51%) children had normal selenium level and all these 77 children were non anemic. Remaining 73 (48 %) children had selenium levels lower than normal level and thus had selenium deficiency.
Both the Short and Long are anemic rounds generally considered underpowered for military and self-defense use.