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Washington DC [USA], November 19 ( ANI ): Beware if you are trying to lose weight with the recently-introduced 'Calories In, Calories Out' (CiCo) diet, as according to experts because of the low nutrient value, a person is more likely to become anaemic and deficient in a host of vitamins and minerals.
Among the anaemic children, 51% had mild anaemia, 45% had moderate anaemia and 4% were severely anaemic.
9 The current study was planned to determine if the anaemic mothers have more adverse perinatal outcomes, like preterm birth, low birth weight, perinatal mortality, poor Apgar score values and still birth, than non-anaemic mothers.
As per a recent survey, around 58 per cent of pregnant women in the country are anaemic, with the prevalence of the deficiency being greater in rural women than their urban counterparts.
In fact it seems as if the cream of British acting talent has undergone a form of collective madness to team up for such an anaemic horror.
05PM Robert Pattinson (above) is back in his zone, being fawned over by Kristen Stewart (also above) in the vampire series so anaemic it's suitable for all the family.
The outcome of this study will facilitate the design of an effective management protocol for anaemic children <5 years of age who present to health facilities in South-East Nigeria.
Table-1: Blood parameters of control and anaemic groups Blood Non anaemic Anaemic Parameters Group I Group II Hb (gm%) 12.
Increased fetoplacental angiogenesis during first trimester in anaemic women.
In the light of the uncertainty in the influence of anaemia and haemoglobinopathies on HbA1c, it is imperative that clinicians are aware of the caveats with HbA1c values when they make management decisions in the anaemic population.
In 2004, another survey conducted by Nutritional Surveillance Project of Helen Keller International in collaboration with the Institute of Public Health Nutrition showed that 68% of under-five children were anaemic.
The proportion of anaemic patients with low red cell indices was significantly higher in women <50 years and 50-65 years, compared to those >65 years of age (P=0.