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This is known as Sickle-Cell Anemia. In the United States, Sickle-Cell Anemia is found mostly in blacks. ... In Africa, and parts of the Middle East, Sickle-Cell Anemia can be found, not just in the United States.In infants, it only takes about 6 months after birth for symptoms of Sickle-Cell Anemia to appear. ... The gene for Sickle-Cell Anemia is codominant with the gene for normal blood hemoglobin. ... He or she has the gene for the Sickle-Cell Anemia, but does not show the symptoms of the disorder. ...
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But unlike sickle cell anemia, these abnormalities will only form little or no side affects. ... (AMA, "Sickle Cell Anemia", 904.)Sickle Cell Anemia is believed to have developed in Africa thousands of years ago, around the time when malaria was killing many people. ... As a result of Sickle Cell Anemia, leg ulcers appear when sickled cells plug up the skin. ... When a child has Sickle Cell Anemia, antibiotics are usually necessary. ... Hydroxyurea, which is also given to people with leukemia, also treats Sickle Cell Anemia. ...
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The topic I have chosen to present is called iron deficiency anemia. ... This is also something that affects a lot of people and is one of the most common types of anemia, especially in women.Iron deficiency anemia, also known as "iron poor blood", is the depletion of one's iron reserves. ... If the anemia is caused by a diet that is low in iron then iron rich foodsor iron pills may be the treatment. ... There are usually no complications but iron deficiency anemia may recur so regular follow-up is encouraged. ... A blood test can diagnose whether or not you have anemia but other tests ma...
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How Sickle Cell Anemia works: Sickle cell is inherited from one's own parents. ... This condition produces anemia, which is a deficiency of hemoglobin. ... The anemia part of sickle cell anemia itself has its own symptoms. Anemia, which the shortage of hemoglobin, is a blood disorder all on its own. ... Blood transfusions are also available when the anemia becomes too severe. ...
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If the amount of functioning hemoglobin is reduced, a condition known as anemia arises" ("Anemia", 1). ... There are also several other less common types of anemia including: aplastic anemia, Thalassemia, acquired hemolytic anemia, inherited hemolytic anemia, sickle cell anemia, and anemia caused by miscellaneous factors ("Anemia", 3-4). ... The most common forms of nutritional anemia are iron-deficiency anemia, folic-acid deficiency anemia, and Pernicious anemia, which is commonly known as anemia caused by a vitamin B12 deficiency. ... IRON-DEFICIENCY ANEMIA"The most common type of anemia i...
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("What is Sickle Cell Anemia," NIH, 2003)Sickle cell anemia lasts throughout the duration of an individual's lifetime and affects the red blood cells. ... In sickle cell anemia, the red blood cells become hard. ... ("What Causes Sickle Cell Anemia," NIH, 2003) Today, screening tests are done on newborn infants in most states for anemia. ... ("What is Sickle Cell Anemia," NIH, 2003) Relation of the disability to other diagnosisSometimes, anemia-like symptoms are similar between individuals with sickle cell anemia and other forms of anemia. ... ("What is Sickle Cell Anemia," NIH...
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Sickle cell anemia is a chronic disease in which the red blood cells loose their disc-shape and become crescent. ... Sickle cell anemia can only be inherited when both parents have the "hemoglobin S" gene. ... The symptoms can even be severe enough to require admission to the hospital for pain control.People with Sickle cell anemia may have delayed growth and puberty, have ulcers in the lower legs during both adolescents and adulthood, andNot all symptoms of Sickle cell anemia are so threatening. ... There are specific treatments available for the complications of sickle cell anemia. ... Agenc...
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Sickle cell anemia is an autosomal recessive disorder in which abnormal hemoglobin leads to chronic hemolytic anemia with a variety of clinical consequences. ... Chronic hemolytic anemia produces jaundice, pigment gallstones, splenomegaly, and poorly healing ulcers over the lower tibia. The chronic anemia may become life threatening when severe anemia is produced by hemolytic or aplastic crises. ... Sickle cell anemia becomes a chronic multisystem disease, with death from organ failure commonly occurring between ages 20 and 40.Currently, people with sickle cell disease receive treatment for...
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Sickle-cell anemia also called sickle-cell disease is a hereditary disorder affecting hemoglobin, which is the oxygen carrying substance in red blood cells. ... Sickle-cell anemia relates to me because my cousin Kenny died from this fatal disease. ... In this research, I will explain the causes of Sickle-cell anemia. Sickle-cell anemia is a hereditary disorder in which abnormal hemoglobin, a protein found in red blood cells, causes the cells to take abnormal sickle shapes. ...
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Abstract Sickle cell anemia is a group of inherited red blood cell disorders. ... You can only get sickle cell anemia from inheriting it from both parents who are carries of the disease. ... All races should be screened for this hemoglobin at birth though (www.bigchalk.com).Sickle cell anemia produces a chronic anemia which may become life- threatening when hemolytic crises, which is the breakdown of red blood cells, or aplastic crises, which is when bone marrow fails to produce blood cells, occur. ... Prenatal diagnosis is now possible for couples are risk of producing a child with sickle cel...
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Questions, after questions, all pertaining to one subject, sickle cell anemia, a disease that has affected the lives and homes of many people. ... Sickle cell anemia is an inherited blood disease which can cause bouts of pain, damage vital organs or even cause death in early childhood years. ... The symptoms of sickle cell anemia are paleness, shortness of breath, fatigue, infections that speed up the destruction of the red blood cells. ... Bibliography World Book Encyclopedia, Sickle Cell Anemia Wold book Inc. ...
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Sickle Cell Anemia, is a hereditary disease, which affects red blood cells. ... Sickle Cell Anemia is a health problem throughout the world. ... About one in 400 African American newborns in the U.S. have sickle cell anemia. ... The cause of sickle cell anemia is rather simple but it leaves a life affect. ... They grew up, had their own children and ended up passing the gene for sickle cell anemia onto their offspring. ...
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Sickle-Cell Anemia is a hereditary condition in which hemoglobin, an oxygen-carrying protein in the blood, is altered, leading to periodic interruptions in blood circulation. ... In adolescence, sexual maturity may be delayed in those which are effected by sickle cell anemia. ... This can cause pain, damage and a low blood count, or anemia.Sickle-cell anemia occurs when an child inherits a sickle-cell gene from each parent. ... You can not catch sickle cell disease, you are born with the sickle cell hemoglobin and it is present for life.Therapy for sickle-cell anemia is largely symptomatic. .....
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Inadequate iron stores in the blood cause iron deficiency anemia. ... In the United States, 10-30% of the entire population suffers from iron deficiency anemia. ... Thus, many women enter pregnancy with reduced iron stores or some level of anemia. According to multiple studies on anemia and pregnancy outcomes, anemia, which is diagnosed early in pregnancy, is associated with increased risks of low birth weight and preterm birth or abortion.Pregnancy increases the risk of anemia. ... The result is iron deficiency anemia. ...
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This results in storage of red blood cells called anemia (a low number of red blood cells) and when severe it can cause the person to become pale, shortness of breath, and are easily tired.Three well-known types of this abnormality are sickle cell anemia (SS), sickle "C" disease, and sickle beta-zero thalassemia. ... There are many complications that come with the abnormality such as pain episodes, leg ulcers, strokes, increased infections, bone damage, lung blockage, delayed growth, anemia, painful erections in men, strokes, and many others. ... Recently in October of 1999 a news article w...
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Because of the lack of absorption of the nutrients, and vitamins patients can develop anemia and easy bruising. Anemia results from lack of iron and folate. ... Blood tests can reveal anemia, low levels of iron, folate, proteins, minerals, and lack of blood clotting factors. ...
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In addition, the undernourishment may cause hormonal disturbances, anemia, heart problems, brittle bones and many other problems, some of which are life-threatening ("Anorexia Nervosa," 1). ... In addition, anorexia nervosa also has many medical effects such as hormonal disturbances, anemia, heart problems, and brittle bones which can be life-threatening (Roan, 2-3). ...
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In addition, the undernourishment may cause hormonal disturbances, anemia, heart problems, brittle bones and many other problems, some of which are life-threatening ("Anorexia Nervosa," 1). ... In addition, anorexia nervosa also has many medical effects such as hormonal disturbances, anemia, heart problems, and brittle bones which can be life-threatening (Roan, 2-3). ...
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Sickel Cell Anemia ia an inherated blood disease that occurs primarily in blacks and less commonly found in individulas of Mediterranean origin. In Sickel Cell Anemia, the red blood cells are abnormal, resulting in a chronic, very sever form of Anemia (reduced oxygen carring compacity of the blood). ...
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Too little of Erythropoietin due to kidney failure can also cause Anemia. Anemia is when there is less than the normal amount of Red Blood Cells in the blood. ... A patient with anemia can take the Erythropoietin drug to increase the amount of Red Blood Cells.In SportsIn 1998 a team competing in the Tour De France were disqualified due to blood doping. ...
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General informationA heart rate of over 100 beats/minutes, originating in the SA node.May be caused by fever, apprehension, physical activity, anemia, hyperthyroidism, drugs (epinephrine, theophylline), myocardial ischemia, caffeine.Assessment findingsRate: 100-160 beats/minuteRhythm: regularP wave: precedes each QRS complex with normal contourP-R interval: normal (0.08 second)QRS complex: normal (0.06 second)C. ...
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Anthropology- the study of humankind everywhere, through time, seeks to produce reliable knowledge about people and their behavior, both about what makes them different and what they have in common. What They Do- Physical anth- study humans as biological organisms, tracing there evolutionary develop...
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These include Huntingdons's disease, cystic fibrosis, Down's syndrome, various cancers, early-onset Alzheimer's, sickle-cell disease, hemophilia, muscular dystrophy and Fanconi's anemia. ... It would be legal with Fanconi's anemia because it has a PGD test whereas it wouldn't be legal with leukemia because there isn't a PNG test for leukemia. ...
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They are: 1) to replace a documented androgen deficiency, 2) to treat anemia associated with bone marrow failure, and 3) to treat an illness called hereditary angioedema. ... Today anabolic steroids are used mostly to treat osteoporosis, breast cancer, and certain forms of anemia. ...
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Prenatal CareIt is very important that you begin your prenatal care early, and continue this care regularly throughout your pregnancy. You want to give your baby a healthy start in life. You also want to make sure that you stay healthy, too. Your health, and your baby's health, are closely tied to...
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