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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Clinicians should consider nontransfusion options such as haematinics in the management of anaemia.
ACD does not respond to haematinics and requires treatment of the underlying condition (e.
Adjunctive therapy with haematinics, erythropoietin and other alternatives to transfusion should be considered in patients who require active management of their anaemia.
56) In the anaemic patient on oral haematinics, a static Hb may represent a response to the anaemia masked by haemodilution.
Approach to anaemia in HIV Reduced red cell production Increased red cell loss Related to HIV Related to HIV Infection Haemolysis HIV itself, mycobacteriae, TTP, autoimmune haemolytic anaemia parvovirus, fungi Malignancy Blood loss High-grade NHL, HL Gastrointestinal, high-grade NHL, Kaposi sarcoma, infection (CMV, Drugs Candida) Zidovudine, co-trimoxazole, isoniazid Hypersplenism Anaemia of chronic disease Infection, lymphoma Unrelated to HIV Unrelated to HIV Haematinic deficiencies Haemolysis Iron, vitamin [B.
1] UK NEQAS Haematinics Scheme for Haematinics, Good Hope Hospital, Sutton Coldfield, UK; [2] Division of Laboratory Sciences, National Center for Environmental Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA.
Address correspondence to this author at: UK NEQAS for Haematinics, Haematology Department, Good Hope Hospital, Heart of England Foundation Trust, Sutton Coldfield, B75 7RR UK; Fax +44-(0)121-311-1141; e-mail sheena.
A history of fatigue, dizziness, blood transfusion and use of haematinics were more common among patients with anaemia than among those without, with statistically significant differences.
The most frequent findings were fatigue, dizziness, a history of previous blood transfusion or use of haematinics, pallor, lymphadenopathy, splenomegaly, koilonychia and a low BMI.
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