Category Archives: Anemia Catalogue

Folic Acid Deficiency Anemia

Folic acid deficiency anemia arises at deficit of folic acid. The isolated deficiency of this vitamin is met rather seldom, unlike pernicious anemia at which together with B12 vitamin deficiency often there is also folic acid deficiency, the exchange of … Continue reading

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Thalassemia

Thalassemia is disorder of normal hemoglobin synthesis. Its changed molecules transport oxygen worse. Red bloody little bodies with the changed hemoglobin are unstable and quicker perish. Illness is often met in Europe, Transcaucasia and Central Asia. If the person inherited … Continue reading

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Drepanocytic anemia

Drepanocytic anemia is shown by the symptoms conected to thrombosis of organs vessels with erythrocytes of falciform shape and hemolytic anemia. It is genetic defect at which red bloody cells have a falciform shape, instead of usual disk-shaped. Disease is … Continue reading

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Prophylaxis Of Anemia

The healthy nutrition is extremely important for the prevention of anemia. As a rule, the diet is important and treatment of already arisen anemia. In vegetarians anemia connected to deficiency of B12 vitamin, important for formation of red blood cells, … Continue reading

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Pernicious anemia

Pernicious anemia is a shortage of the B12 vitamins or folic acid important for hemopoiesis. Anemia develops slowly, the patient complains of weakness, fatigability, dyspnea, frequent heartbeat at loads, giddiness. At the evident anemia cutaneous covering are pale and icteric. … Continue reading

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Treatment Of Anemia With Traditional Medicine

The agents rich with iron or promoting its best absorption are found in traditional medicine on the basis of practical experience long ago. Some vitamins are useful at anemia which is not connected with of iron deficiency. At anemia it … Continue reading

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Myelo-dysplastic Syndrome

Myelo-displastic syndrome is group of diseases at which marrow is incapable to make enough healthy cells of blood. At this syndrome normal erythrocytes, leucocytes and thrombocytes are not formed of stem cells. Erythrocytes transport oxygen and carbon dioxide, leucocytes are … Continue reading

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Treatment of Anemia With Herbs

Traditional medicine within centuries developed effective recipes for treatment of anemia. It is possible to increase hemoglobin with following way: to mix one part of onions juice and three parts of aloe juice (century plant). It is necessary to store … Continue reading

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Iron Deficiency Anemia

The iron deficiency anemia (anemia) develops at weak supply of iron or chronic loss of blood when there is an absolute decrease of reserves of iron in organism. Hemorrhage is the main cause of anemia. Regular small losses happen at … Continue reading

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Hemolytic Anemia

The hemolytic anemia arising because of destruction of red bloody cells is usually a consequence of immune reactions. But many physical (water penetration into lungs), chemical (some poisons) and biological (infection with malaria) factors to¬† lead to hemolysis. Immune hemolytic … Continue reading

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