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Practical approach to Anemia

Anemia is a condition where there are either too few red blood cells or too little hemoglobin in them. The capacity of the blood to transfer oxygen to the body's tissues will be reduced if you have too few or malformed red blood cells, not enough hemoglobin, or both. Hemoglobin is required to carry oxygen. This causes symptoms like weakness, exhaustion, lightheadedness, and shortness of breath, among others. Age, sex, elevation of habitation, smoking habits, and pregnancy status all affect the ideal haemoglobin concentration required to meet physiologic needs. Nutritional deficiencies, especially iron deficiency, as well as haemoglobinopathies, infectious illnesses like malaria, and vitamin B12, folate, and vitamin A deficiencies are the most frequent causes of anemia.

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Dr Gautam Panduranga

MD in General Medicine, Osmania Medical College MRCP, UK MD in Internal Medicine, USA American Board Certified Internal Medicine

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  • 21st-September-2022, TIME : 5:00PM-6:00PM
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Anemia is a condition where there are either too few red blood cells or too little hemoglobin in them. The capacity of the blood to transfer oxygen to the body's tissues will be reduced if you have too few or malformed red blood cells, not enough hemoglobin, or both. Hemoglobin is required to carry oxygen. This causes symptoms like weakness, exhaustion, lightheadedness, and shortness of breath, among others. Age, sex, elevation of habitation, smoking habits, and pregnancy status all affect the ideal haemoglobin concentration required to meet physiologic needs. Nutritional deficiencies, especially iron deficiency, as well as haemoglobinopathies, infectious illnesses like malaria, and vitamin B12, folate, and vitamin A deficiencies are the most frequent causes of anemia.

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Dr Gautam Panduranga
  • 21st-September-2022, TIME : 5:00PM-6:00PM
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Anemia is a condition where there are either too few red blood cells or too little hemoglobin in them. The capacity of the blood to transfer oxygen to the body's tissues will be reduced if you have too few or malformed red blood cells, not enough hemoglobin, or both. Hemoglobin is required to carry oxygen. This causes symptoms like weakness, exhaustion, lightheadedness, and shortness of breath, among others. Age, sex, elevation of habitation, smoking habits, and pregnancy status all affect the ideal haemoglobin concentration required to meet physiologic needs. Nutritional deficiencies, especially iron deficiency, as well as haemoglobinopathies, infectious illnesses like malaria, and vitamin B12, folate, and vitamin A deficiencies are the most frequent causes of anemia.

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Dr Gautam Panduranga
  • 21st-September-2022, TIME : 5:00PM-6:00PM
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Anemia is a condition where there are either too few red blood cells or too little hemoglobin in them. The capacity of the blood to transfer oxygen to the body's tissues will be reduced if you have too few or malformed red blood cells, not enough hemoglobin, or both. Hemoglobin is required to carry oxygen. This causes symptoms like weakness, exhaustion, lightheadedness, and shortness of breath, among others. Age, sex, elevation of habitation, smoking habits, and pregnancy status all affect the ideal haemoglobin concentration required to meet physiologic needs. Nutritional deficiencies, especially iron deficiency, as well as haemoglobinopathies, infectious illnesses like malaria, and vitamin B12, folate, and vitamin A deficiencies are the most frequent causes of anemia.

webinar
Dr Gautam Panduranga
  • 21st-September-2022, TIME : 5:00PM-6:00PM
  • 0

Anemia is a condition where there are either too few red blood cells or too little hemoglobin in them. The capacity of the blood to transfer oxygen to the body's tissues will be reduced if you have too few or malformed red blood cells, not enough hemoglobin, or both. Hemoglobin is required to carry oxygen. This causes symptoms like weakness, exhaustion, lightheadedness, and shortness of breath, among others. Age, sex, elevation of habitation, smoking habits, and pregnancy status all affect the ideal haemoglobin concentration required to meet physiologic needs. Nutritional deficiencies, especially iron deficiency, as well as haemoglobinopathies, infectious illnesses like malaria, and vitamin B12, folate, and vitamin A deficiencies are the most frequent causes of anemia.