Anemia During Pregnancy In A Chinese Population
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Multiple Alloantibodies Induced Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia
A 27-year-old Chinese gravida 3 para 0 woman from Fujian province, who had family history of anemia and no history of transfusion, first had been diagnosed anemia at 22 weeks of pregnancy with hemoglobin (Hb) 78 g/L. During her 36 weeks pregnancy, her Hb level had once dropped to 50 g/L and she had been transfused with 2 units
Maternal Anemia and its Effects on the Placental Weight
between anemia and placental weight ( = 0.21). Table (3) P-value shows distribution according to their placental weight and different hematological parameters. Deficiency Anemia and H. Py. D. ISCUSSION. The estimated losses of iron associated with pregnancy are not less than a total of 1000 mg (8). Anemia during pregnancy showed
Micronutrient status in anemic and non-anemic Chinese women
low birth weight as well. 2 Anemia is also a major nutri-tion related problem among pregnant women in China. Prevalence of anemia differs in different areas of China. Some studies show that the prevalence of anemia during pregnancy is 10% to 20%. Others suggest anemia preva-lence to be 42% among pregnant women in the third tri-
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on women s health such as maternal anemia and post-partum depression, and on the fetuses and newborns health with higher infant mortality or prematurity [10-12]. Access to high quality maternal care is important for the health of women and their newborns. In Canada, Chinese immigrants are the second largest immigrant population.
Predictive Value of First-Trimester Glycosylated Hemoglobin
betes Association (ADA)  and the Chinese Diabetes Association . Thediagnosticcriteria for diabetesmellitus were adopted by the World Health Organization in 1999. Prepregnancy diabetes is deﬁned as type 1 diabetes mellitus, type 2 diabetes mellitus, or a special type of diabetes diag-nosed before pregnancy.
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anemia during pregnancy may be under reported. There is however, little study done on anemia during pregnancy in Malaysia. In Sarawak, there is an absence of available epidemiological data regarding prevalence and associated demographic risk factors of anemia during pregnancy.
Prevalence and Risk Factors for Anemia in Non-pregnant
The objective of this study is to evaluate the anemia status of Chinese childbearing women in CNNHS2010 2012 by detecting whole blood Hb concentration, and to analyze the risk factors of anemia including population informatics, geographic information, etc. The changes in anemia status during the 10 years were also analyzed. 2. Materials and
Study on the Prevalence of Severe Anemia among Non-Pregnant
Nov 28, 2017 As a developing country, China should pay greater attention to severe anemia in Chinese women of reproductive age. According to a WHO report in 2011, the prevalence of severe anemia among Chinese non-pregnant women was 0.3%, lower than both the global prevalence (1.1%) and the prevalence in Asia (1.3%) .
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complications during pregnancy or after childbirth for mother and her baby . In 2017, it was reported 1 in 7 births was affected by the GDM worldwide [ 3]. GDM prevalence in Asia is estimated by 11.5% [ 4]. In Iran, a re-port showed a range from 1.3 to 18.6% in GDM prevalence . However, GDM incidence in the population who live in
Frequency of Beta Thalassemia and Iron Deficiency Anemia in
2004 proved that Indian women has highest prevalence of anemia 29% while 16% in Black Caribbean women and 6-7% in Chinese . According to agency for health care research of screening of iron deficiency anemia in childhood and pregnancy, the prevalence data specific to iron deficiency anemia in pregnancy are limited .
Effect of pregnancy on packed cell volume and hemoglobin
during pregnancy and the limit for diagnosing anemia. The World Health Organization has suggested that anemia is present in pregnancy when Hb concentration is <11 g/dL. However, large studies in healthy Caucasian women taking iron supplements from mid pregnancy found Hb values in the early third trimester to be 10.4-13.5 g/dL (2.5th-97.5th
Jul 03, 2020 Chinese pre-pregnant women. Interventions should be considered to prevent anaemia to the greatest extent possible to avoid potential harm in this population. Key words: Anaemia: Influencing factors: Pre-pregnant women: China Anaemia, a condition in which the number of erythrocytes is insufficient to meet physiological needs, is defined as Hb con-
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7 The primary cause of anemia during pregnancy worldwide is nutritional iron deficiency, heightened by the physiologic demands of the fetus and maternal blood volume expansion during pregnancy (van den Broek N. 1998; Gopalan 1996). Genetic causes and poor hygiene that may lead to infections and infestations are other contributing
Acute kidney injury during pregnancy and puerperium: a
Background: Acute kidney injury (AKI) is rare in women during pregnancy and puerperium, however, it is related to increased morbidity and mortality rates. Objective: The aim of this study was to investigate the incidence, characteristics, and outcomes of AKI during pregnancy and puerperium in a Chinese population.
Effects of hemoglobin levels during pregnancy on adverse
Special Issue:Hemoglobin Concentration for Assessing Anemia REVIEW Effects of hemoglobin levels during pregnancy on adverse maternal and infant outcomes: a systematic review and meta-analysis Jenny Jung,1,2, aMd.Mizanur Rahman,1,2, Md.Shaﬁur Rahman,1,2 Khin Thet Swe,1 Md.Rashedul Islam,1,2 Md.Obaidur Rahman,2 and Shamima Akter2,3
Roxadustat Treatment for Anemia in Patients Undergoing Long
Jul 24, 2019 for the treatment of anemia in patients undergoing dialysis. the average level during weeks 23 through 27. treat population and the per-protocol population, according to Chinese regulatory
The International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics
women encounter during pregnancy. The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) estimates that one in six live births (16.8%) are to women with some form of hyperglycemia in pregnancy. While 16% of these cases may be due to diabetes in pregnancy (either pre-existing diabetes type 1 or type 2 which antedates pregnancy
In Brief: Your Guide to Anemia - NHLBI, NIH
during pregnancy, growth spurts, or blood loss your body may need to make more RBCs than usual. Thus, your body needs more iron than usual. Iron-deficiency anemia occurs if your body can t keep up with its need for iron. Groups at risk. l. Infants and children, adolescents, and women of childbearing age. l
Iron deficiency in late pregnancy and its associations with
of pregnancy. Globally, it is reported that the prevalence of ID varies greatly during pregnancy, ranging from 6.5 to 39.2% in United States and Canada, 28 85% in Europe, 31.4% in Korea and 19.6% in Australia, depend-ing on the criteria used and iron supplementation [1 4]. ID is the most common cause of gestational anemia that
Hemoglobin Status among Rural Population in Selected Area of
The prevalence of anemia among Chinese women was much higher. The prevalence of moderate anemia among male in the current study (30%) is consistent with national estimates in Bangladesh among urban and rural adolescents (21 44%) (13). The prevalence of anemia among pregnant Bangladeshi women
Effects of timing of umbilical cord clamping on preventing
Background: Japanese infants have relatively higher risk of anemia and neonatal jaundice. This study aimed to assess the effects of delayed cord clamping (DCC) on the incidence of anemia during early infancy in low-risk Japanese term infants with planned exclusive breastfeeding for 4months. This study also aimed to explore the
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recommended both by the WHO and the CDC, it reflected how anemia was managed in this population during the time of the data collection. In China, anemia is the most commonly reported complication during pregnancy. A national survey on the prevalence of anemia among child‐bearing‐aged (15‐49 years)
Anemia in Pregnancy and Race in the United States: Blacks at Risk
ported anemia prevalence to be 12.4% in Minnesota.12 No racial comparisons in the prevalence of anemia were performed in either of these studies. The same database search yielded six articles using prevalence of anemia in pregnancy (PAIP) as the keywords.13-19 None of these six studies were conducted in the United States.
Impact of gestational hypertension and preeclampsia on low
Health, Chinese National Health (93.34% of the targeted population) were included in the final analy- Anemia during pregnancy 12 714 80.45 116 494 79.56 009
Severe Vomiting during Pregnancy: Antenatal Correlates and
Pregnancy complications consisted of severe vomiting, threatened abortion (<28 weeks), preeclampsia, and anemia during pregnancy (hemoglobin < 10 g/dl). Our study also assessed passive smoking by asking the mother the number of cigarettes her husband usually smoked per day. Odds ratios (OR) and confidence intervals (CI) were
Prevalence, risk factors and associated adverse pregnancy
Study design and population The present analysis was based on data from the GPS study. We recorded the haemoglobin level of pregnant women in three trimesters. Excluding 599 cases that lacked haemoglobin values in either trimester, 43,403 pregnancies were included in the study. We demon-strated the current status of anaemia during pregnancy
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and about 9% of the white population. Antigen is named after her, called Kell In 1949, k antigen was discovered by Levine, called Cellano antigen Kpa, Kpb antigens were discovered in 1957, 1958 Jsa, Jsb antigens were discovered in 1957, 1963 Inheritance patterns and statistics confirmed these antigens are related to the Kell system
COMMENTARY Open Access Commentary: Iron deficiency of
Keywords: Iron deficiency, Anemia of pregnancy, Intravenous Iron, Neonatal Iron deficiency Background The estimated incidence of anemia of pregnancy varies between eight and 20 %, largely dependent on the eco-nomic status of the measured populations [1 4] with some areas of India and Pakistan reporting up to 90%.
Do Beef Bans Affect Women s Health?
Chinese famine from 1959-1961 was associated with a 37% increase in the likelihood of anemia in adulthood. Ewijk (2011) found that exposure to Ramadan beginning in the second trimester of pregnancy increased the likelihood of anemia by about 9 percentage points. In our conceptual framework, we discuss two types of possible compensatory behavior.
Folk remedies identified as potential sources of lead and
scores. Inorganic arsenic crosses the placenta during pregnancy and may be harmful to the fetus. Measuring urinary levels of arsenic is the most reliable method for confirming arsenic exposure within the past 48-72 hours. Urine arsenic levels can be fractionated to determine levels of organic vs. inorganic arsenic exposure.
Hemoglobin levels during the first trimester of pregnancy are
have found that anemia during pregnancy is associated with detrimental pregnancy outcomes, including pre-term birth, low birth weight, infection and hemorrhage . Additionally, several studies have even reported that high Hb levels during pregnancy could also be a pre-dictor or cause of some pregnancy complications [9 11].
Anemia in pregnancy in Malaysia: a cross-sectional survey
Anemia is the most prevalent nutritional deficiency during pregnancy. Except for a study conducted 10 years ago in Kelantan, Malaysia s available statistics are based on isolated small urban maternity hospital studies from the 1980s. There was therefore, a need for a large study at national level to estimate the magnitude of the problem in
Red Cell Folate, Serum Vitamin B12 and Ferritin Levels During
overall prevalence of severe anemia was 1.2%, out of which 41.6% of patients had macrocytic anemia. 24Studies conducted in Chinese pregnant women found that Hemoglobin did not improve from the second to third trimester, thus proving that pregnant women s iron stores were insufficient to continue the expansion
INTRO TO ALLOIMMUNIZATION IN PREGNANCY
Ø Outside of the Basque population, a Rh - woman has an 85+% chance that her partner is Rh+, but of Rh+ males, 60% are heterozygous Ø 17% of susceptible Rh- women will become alloimmunizedduring a pregnancy spontaneously (if FOB is Rh+) withoutRh(D) immune globulin (Rhogam) Ø Approximately 0.1-0.2% will become
Anemia in pregnancy in Malaysia: a cross-sectional survey
Anemia in pregnancy in Malaysia: a cross-sectional survey ABSTRACT Anemia is the most prevalent nutritional deficiency during pregnancy. Except for a study conducted 10 years ago in Kelantan, Malaysia's available statistics are based on isolated small urban maternity hospital studies from the 1980s.
Prevalence of Anemia Risk Factors in Pregnant Women
Abstract: Objective: To study the prevalence and risk factors of women with anemia during pregnancy. Materials and methods: This study was performed based on 100 pregnancies delivered during the years 2016 in Hind institute of medical sciences. Anemia was defined as hemoglobin (Hg) lower than 11 g/dl during pregnancy.
Association between maternal anemia at admission for delivery
Organization, anemia in pregnancy is defined as a hemoglobin (Hb) level <11 g/dL, with a rate of 23% in industrialized coun-tries and a global prevalence of 38.2% in 2011.1 Several stud-ies have shown that women with anemia during pregnancy are more likely to have adverse pregnancy outcomes. Anemia