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Anemia iron deficiency

Anemia iron deficiency

Anemia is a condition of decreased levels of hemoglobin, hematocrit and erythrocyte number below normal value. In people with anemia, more often called anemia, red blood cell levels (hemoglobin or Hb) below the normal value. The reason could be due to a lack of nutrients for the formation of blood, such as iron, folic acid and vitamin B12. But what often happens is besi. Anemia Iron deficiency is caused by a lack of iron in the body, so the need for iron (Fe) for eritropoesis not enough, which is marked with a picture of a red blood cell-mikrositer hipokrom, iron levels serum (Serum Iron = SI) and transferrin saturation decreased, total iron bind capacity (Total Iron Binding Capacity / TIBC) and elevated iron stores in bone marrow and other places very less or no sekali.4Banyak factors that may cause anemia iron deficiency, among others, lack of iron and protein intake from the diet, the intestines and absorption disorders, acute or chronic bleeding, and increased need for iron such as pregnant women, the growth period, and recovering from illness. Read more…

Epidemiology In Health Planning

Epidemiology In Health Planning

A. Epidemiology Science and Development
An understanding of epidemiology of the most commonly used are of MacMahon and Pugh (1970); Epidemiology is the study of the distribution and determinants of disease frequency in humans. The method used to describe the disease is considered as a prerequisite to identify the determinants of health and disease in humans.
Determinants based on the time associated with an increased / decreased over the years, seasonal variations, sudden changes of disease incidence. The first is from a biomedical perspective, especially seen from the etiology of the disease and the disease process itself.  Read more…