Published February 2003
by Hunter House (CA) .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||164|
The anemia information in the book is for children, women, and men. Details of the causes, symptoms, types, and treatments of anemia are given in various chapters, so that you know what you are up against, when you have anemia/5(22). 27 rows This book provides an up- to- date summary of many advances in our . Anaemia in pregnancy is an important public health problem worldwide. WHO estimates that more than half of pregnant women in the World have a haemoglobin level indicative of anaemia (Women often become anaemic during pregnancy because the demand for iron and other vitamins is increased due to physiological burden of pregnancy. Anemia is one of the most frequent complications related to pregnancy. Normal physiologic changes in pregnancy affect the hemoglobin (Hb), and there is a relative or absolute reduction in Hb.
Anemia treatment plans often include dietary changes. The best diet plan for anemia includes foods rich in iron and other vitamins essential to hemoglobin and red blood cell production. Anemia is a common condition, particularly in those pregnancy women. This condition happens when the hemoglobin – the protein found in red cells helping transport oxygen to different body parts – runs low, or when the sufferer has decreased number of red blood cells. The most important take home points on anemia in older adults. Here’s what I hope you’ll take away from this article: is a very common condition for older adults, and often has multiple underlying causes. 2. Anemia is often mild-to-moderate and chronic; don’t let the follow-up fall through the cracks. 3. in pregnant women with iron deficiency anemia; how- ever, if the hemoglobin level does not increase by 1 g per dL (10 g per L) after one month of therapy in children.
Anemia in women of reproductive age is the most common condition during pregnancy and post pregnancy days. Iron deficiency is associated with serious health problems such as impaired working capacity, weakness, malaise, headaches, cognitive impairment, decreased concentration or attention, etc. [ 1 ].Author: Alina V. Solovyova, Viola Gace, Kristina S. Ermolenko, Vadim skiy. Women who experience heavy menstrual bleeding or who are pregnant require more iron in the diet. One more high-risk group is the elderly. Both elderly men and women have a high incidence of anemia and the most common causes are dietary iron deficiency and chronic disease such as ulcer, inflammatory diseases, and cancer. If you find yourself lethargic, without any enthusiasm or energy, and find yourself tiring at the slightest exertion, it is possible that you are suffering from anemia. Changing lifestyles and food eating habits are the reason why anemia is getting to be so prevalent in women and children, in . Anemia prevalence and risk factors in pregnant women of anemia among ever-married women aged 15 to 44 is reported to be 26% in urban areas and 47% in rural areas . The prevalence of anemia among pregnant women living in urban areas is similar, ranging from 29%  to 50% among pregnant women attending.