iron deficiency anaemia

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Synonyms for iron deficiency anaemia

a form of anemia due to lack of iron in the diet or to iron loss as a result of chronic bleeding

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Iron deficiency anaemia can be suspected by reduction in the following laboratory indicators: Haemoglobin [Hb], Haematocrit [PCV], RBC count, Mean Corpuscular Volume [MCV], Mean Corpuscular Haemoglobin [MCH], Mean Corpuscular Haemoglobin Concentration [MCHC] along with a raised Red cell Distribution Width [RDW].
The association of childhood iron deficiency anaemia with severe dental caries.
WHO, UNICEF, UNU, Iron deficiency anaemia: Assessment, prevention and control, a guide for programme managers.
Dr Wafaa says that if the iron deficiency anaemia develops quickly then the symptoms will be more severe as compared to gradually developing iron deficiency anaemia commonly found with stomach ulcer.
63.5% of pregnant ladies were confirmed as Iron Deficiency Anaemia. The mean age was 27.29 years.
Khaskheli, "Iron deficiency anaemia is still a major killer of pregnant women," Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences, vol.
A more nuanced approach may be warranted in primary care, where iron deficiency anaemia (IDA) [2] and anaemia of chronic disease (ACD) are common.
MIRPUR -- Seasoned experts at a awareness-building workshop on "Sensitization / Mass Awareness Raising on Iron Deficiency Anaemia and use of Fortified Wheat Flour" here strongly suggested the
One third of participants had iron depletion, 12.6% were anaemic and 8.7% had iron deficiency anaemia (Table 2).
Beta thalassaemia and iron deficiency anaemia are the most common microcytic hypochromic anaemias in Pakistan.
I believe the most common cause of feeling constantly run down is iron deficiency, which can lead to iron deficiency anaemia.
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
Background & objectives: Iron deficiency anaemia (IDA) is uncommon in individuals with sickle cell disease (SCD) because of availability of an adequate iron source potentially from increased red cell turnover and from blood transfusions.