Oral iron therapy reduced unexplained fatigue in nonanemic women with serum ferritin levels â‰¤ 50 Î¼g/L
- Oral iron therapy reduced unexplained fatigue in nonanemic
women with serum ferritin levels â‰¤ 50 Î¼g/L: COMMENTARY. Becher, Lome A. // ACP Journal Club;Mar/Apr2004, Vol. 140 Issue 2, p43
The article comments on a study conducted to examine the efficacy of iron therapy in reducing unexplained fatigue in non-anemic women. Iron is an important component in a number of proteins involved in oxidative processes and muscle functioning, and a recent review of animal and human research...
- The effectiveness of three regimens using ferrous sulfate to treat anemia in pregnant women. De Souza, Ariani Impieri; Filho, Malaquias Batista; Cardoso Ferreira, Luiz Oscar; Figueirôa, José Natal // Revista Panamericana de Salud Publica;May2004, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p313
Objective. To evaluate the effectiveness of three regimens employing ferrous sulfate to treat pregnant women with anemia. Methods. The study was carried out at the Women's Health Center of the Pernambuco Institute of Maternal and Child Health in the city of Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil, from May...
- Intravenous Iron Therapy versus Oral Iron in Postpartum Patients in Rural Area. Verma, Sunayana; Inamdar, S. A.; Malhotra, Neharika // Journal of South Asian Federation of Obstetrics & Gynecology;May-Aug2011, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p67
Objectives: The aim of this study is to evaluate the efficiency and safety of intravenous iron sucrose complex and comparison with oral iron therapy in postpartum period in rural area. Materials and methods: It is a prospective, randomized, hospital-based clinical study carried out in over 150...
- Use of Iron in Nonanemic, Fatigued Women. Shaughnessy, Allen F. // American Family Physician;11/15/2003, Vol. 68 Issue 10, p2048
Discusses the study "Iron Supplementation for Unexplained Fatigue in Non-Anaemic Women: Double Blind Randomised Placebo Controlled Trial," by F. Verdon et al, published in the May 24, 2003 issue of the British Medical Journal."
- Managing IRON DEFICIENCY ANEMIA. Cook, Audrey K.; Kvitko-White, Heather L. // Veterinary Medicine;Jun2014, Vol. 109 Issue 6, p193
The article discusses causes, diagnosis, treatment to microcytic, iron deficiency anemia(IDA) in pets. The symptoms of onset are lethargy, fatigue and exercise intolerance. Their serum iron concentrations could be determined by using ferrozine-based methods. Concurrent determination of total...
- Intravenous iron therapy for treatment of anaemia. McIntyre, LA; Tinmouth, A; Ferguson, D // BMJ: British Medical Journal;9/7/2013, Vol. 347 Issue 7923, p7
The authors advocate cautious optimism concerning the use of intravenous iron therapy for the treatment of anaemia. They discuss a review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials done on the effect of intravenous iron on changes in red blood cell transfusion requirements. They also...
- Hierro intramuscular en las anemias mÃ¡s frecuentes en GinecologÃa y Obstetricia. NÚÑEZ BASSO, Mario // Ginecologia y Obstetricia de Mexico;nov2013, Vol. 81 Issue 11, p686
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- Taurine enhances treatment of iron-deficiency anemia. Gaby, Alan R. // Townsend Letter for Doctors & Patients;Apr2003, Issue 237, p44
Discusses the treatment of female university students with iron-deficiency anemia with slow release ferrous sulfate. Findings of low mean serum taurine concentration in anemic women; Increase of hemoglobin levels after iron supplementation; Absence of side effects attributable to taurine.
- A 5-year-old golden retriever with IDA. // Veterinary Medicine;Jun2014, Vol. 109 Issue 6, p200
The article presents a case study of a five year old, male retriever who had intermittent vomiting, anorexia, mild lethargy and dark stools. A 250 ml packed RBC transfusion was given. He was given single intramuscular injection of iron dextran and ferrous sulfate daily for two months. This case...