haematinic


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haematinic

A general term for those substances including metallic ions (iron, cobalt, zinc, vitamins), vitamin B12 and folic acid and proteins (e.g., erythropoietin), which are required for normal erythropoiesis.

he·ma·tin·ic

(hē'mă-tin'ik)
1. Improving the condition of the blood.
2. An agent that increases the number of erythrocytes or the hemoglobin concentration of the blood.
Synonym(s): hematic (2) , haematinic.

haematinic

Pertaining to any substance that promotes blood production.

he·ma·tin·ic

(hē'mă-tin'ik)
1. Improving the condition of the blood.
2. An agent that improves the quality of blood by increasing the number of erythrocytes and/or the hemoglobin concentration.
Synonym(s): hematic (2) , haematinic.
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ACD does not respond to haematinics and requires treatment of the underlying condition (e.
Usually multiple factors contribute to the haematological derangements, and a meticulous, logical approach, including consideration of all possible contributors such as haematinic deficiencies, drug effects and bone marrow infiltration, should be considered.
Also a high therapeutic drive with regard to haematinics in this study population, may perhaps have contributed to this modified blood picture.
A detailed history was taken from all patients with emphasis on aetiological factors causing aphthous ulcers; such as age, socio economic status, stress, sleep, menstruation, trauma, constipation, smoking, drugs/food allergy and haematinic deficiencies.
Furthermore, all the FGs mentioned the use of haematinics in the treatment and prevention of anaemia but only 4 FGs knew about the use of food-based approaches.
From this study we can conclude that haematinics, protein supplements, and antibiotics were the most commonly prescribed drugs.
She was initially managed with three drug MDT, oral prednisolone at 1 mg/kg daily, oral haematinics and NSAID's.
The results of the investigations were acted upon according to local protocol; children with anaemia diagnosed by immediate haemoglobin estimation were referred to appropriate units, where they were reviewed, investigated and managed with haematinics and/or blood transfusion as appropriate.
Pretreatment blood counts are needed to identify high risk patients who are more likely to develop hematological abnormalities and require haematinics or growth factors during treatment for chronic hepatitis C.
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He was subsequently evaluated by a hematologist and underwent hemoglobin electrophoresis, which showed that he had homozygous delta-beta thalassemia and advised haematinics.
2 %) subjects had taken haematinics of which regular iron tablets had been taken by only 9 out of 110 (8.