Hematological finding of Anemia in Pediatric Population
Keywords:Anemia Nutritional deficiency anemia, Sickle cell anemia.
Introduction- Anemia is characterized as an inadequate RBC mass to satisfactorily convey oxygen to peripheral tissues. Hemoglobin is a protein that allows red blood cells to deliver oxygen to other cells in the body. Childhood anemia is one of the most notable healthful issue confronting mothers and children in India. Deficiency anemia is a major health condition worldwide. Objective- To evaluate anemia in pediatric age group (6months to 12years). Method- A retrospective cross- sectional study in male and female child aged from 6months to 12years who were hospitalized in Chacha Nehru hospital associated with M.Y. Hospital, Indore from May2020 to May 2021 Results -Children with a hemoglobin concentration less than 11 g/dL were considered anemic. Conclusion- Appropriate screening and diagnostic testing will permit most instances of iron deficiency to be analyzed at the soonest. Blood indices are fundamental prior to treating children with symptoms of anemia to stay away from undesirable incidental effects.
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