Effects Of Sucrose Iron Therapy In Anaemia Pregnant Womens

Authors

  • Gangaram Bhadarge , Ranjit Ambad , Satish Vidyasagar, Rakesh Kumar Jha , Deepti Shrivastava

Abstract

Anemia Is Defined By The World Health Organization As Hemoglobin (Hb) Levels Below 11 Grams Per Deciliter Of Blood. In India, Icmr Classifies Iron Anemia Deficiency As Mild, Moderate, Or Severe, With 8–11 G Being Mild, 5–5 % Moderate, And 5 % Severe. Iron Deficiency Is Defined As Serum Ferritin Levels Of 12-15 G / L In The Absence Of Stressful Conditions. The Nations Of South Asia Have One Of The World's Highest Rates Of Anemia. South Asian Nations Account For More Than Half Of All Deaths By Mothers Due To Global Blood Shortages, With India Accounting For More Than 80% Of These Deaths.

Aim: Effects Of Sucrose Iron Therapy In Anemia Pregnant Women’s

Material And Method: Patients Were Observed For Side Effects Or Anaphylactic Reactions. Patients Went To The Directly Observed Treatment Short-Course Focus In The Dept.  Of Gynecology Department, Dmmc, Smhrc, Nagpur In Collaboration With Jnmc, Abvrh (Dmims), Sawangi, Wardha, Maharashtra.

Published

2021-07-21

How to Cite

Gangaram Bhadarge , Ranjit Ambad , Satish Vidyasagar, Rakesh Kumar Jha , Deepti Shrivastava. (2021). Effects Of Sucrose Iron Therapy In Anaemia Pregnant Womens. Drugs and Cell Therapies in Hematology, 10(1), 812–817. Retrieved from https://www.dcth.org/index.php/journal/article/view/167

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