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Most of these (26% of all women) have mild anemia, while 8% have moderate anemia, and less than 1 percent have severe anemia.
Children with levels below 30 ng/ml had nearly twice the anemia risk of those with normal vitamin D levels.
Stroke survivors with moderate anemia were twice as likely to die within six to 12 months after a stroke.
In this review, we will discuss the role of anemia in HF together with its etiology, pathophysiology, clinical outcome and therapy options.
Anemia in the elderly: time for new blood in old vessels?
The risk should be balanced against the danger of blood transfusions that patients might need if their anemia goes untreated.
Anemia gradually develops several months after starting a diet deficient in vitamin A.
We believe that anemia is another risk factor, like age or diabetes, but there may be confounders when you find anemia in ACS [acute coronary syndrome] patients, so it's hard to tease out.
Anemia is a condition that occurs when the oxygen-carrying capacity of blood is deficient.
There is now ample evidence suggesting that the anemia observed in the critically ill is an underproduction anemia, consistent with what is commonly referred to as the anemia of chronic inflammatory disease," says Howard L.
Epidemiologist Martha Savaria Morris and her colleagues at Tufts University in Boston used data from a national survey that had measured each volunteer's cognitive performance, anemia status, and blood concentrations of folic acid and vitamin [B.
Hematide utilizes Nektar Advanced PEGylation Technology and is in Phase IIb clinical trials for the treatment of anemia.