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Anemia refers to a shortage in the oxygen-carrying capacity of blood either because of a diminished number of red blood cells (i.
Metformin treatment was associated with a 6% higher risk of anemia for every cumulative year of metformin exposure," Louise Donnelly, PhD, and her associates reported in a poster presentation at the annual meeting of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes.
The situation has spurred international leading experts on iron and blood health, together with medical practitioners, to hold Anemia Convention 2017, the first scientific symposium on anemia spearheaded by global healthcare company Merck.
Aplastic anemia is a common finding of pancytopenia in this part of world in the specific age group.
Results: The study results showed an anemia prevalence of 27.
Grand multipara pregnant women, anemia due to bleeding disorders and havingchronic illnesses were excluded from the study.
Conclusion: Anemia was the commonest disorder amongst non-malignant disorders and leukemia was the commonest malignant disorder.
Cleveland Clinic cardiologist Joel Holland, MD, says about 20 percent of patients with significant heart failure also have significant anemia.
Background and Objectives: The objective of the study was to find out association of serum selenium levels with anemia in primary school children.
Thirty-five percent of women in the Kyrgyz Republic suffer from some degree of anemia, finds the Kyrgyz Republic Demographic and Health Survey.
6 in Neurology Anemia is a shortage of hemoglobin and/or red blood cells, which carry oxygen to the brain and other areas of the body.