Iron deficiency By Dr. Hanan Said Ali .


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Anaemia By Dr. Hanan Said Ali. Objectives. Identify the components of blood. Enumerates what does blood do. Define the anaemia. Discus the etiologic classification of anaemia. Objectives Cont. Identify the clinical manifestations, Aetiology, Diagnosis, Treatment, Nursing care for:
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Paleness By Dr. Hanan Said Ali

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Objectives Identify the segments of blood. Counts what bloods do. Characterize the frailty. Disk the etiologic characterization of frailty.

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Objectives Cont. Recognize the clinical indications, Etiology, Diagnosis, Treatment, Nursing tend to: Iron inadequacy paleness. Megaloblastic or Macrocytic Anemia: Cobalamin(vitamin B12) Folic corrosive insufficiency A plastic Anemia Haemolytic Anemia Haemolytic Anemia

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Hematology Study of blood and blood shaping tissues Key parts of hematologic framework are: Blood shaping tissues Bone marrow Spleen Lymph framework

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What Does Blood Do? Transportation Oxygen Nutrients Hormones Waste Products Regulation Fluid, electrolyte Acid-Base adjust Protection Coagulation Fight Infections

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Components of Blood Plasma 55% Blood Cells 45% Three sorts Erythrocytes/RBCs Leukocytes/WBCs Thrombocytes/Platelets

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Erythrocytes/Red Blood Cells Composed of hemoglobin Erythropoiesis = RBC creation Stimulated by hypoxia Controlled by erythropoietin Hormone combined in kidney Hemolysis = pulverization of RBCs Releases bilirubin into circulatory system Normal life expectancy of RBC = 120 days

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Leukocytes/White Blood Cells 5 sorts Basophils Eosinophils Neutrophils Monocytes Lymphocytes

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Thrombocytes/Platelets Must be available for thickening to happen Involved in homeostasis

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Anemia Definition The term of weakness alludes to an inadequacy in the quantity of flowing red platelets accessible for oxygen transport What is the etiologic order of iron deficiency ? 1-Iron inadequacy frailty When the put away iron is not supplanted, hemoglobin creation is lessened prompts press insufficiency pallor

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Anemia Cont.

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Iron inadequacy pallor Cont. Etiology Inadequate dietary admission, malabsorption. Blood loss of haemolysis Gastrointestinal blood misfortune e.g. Peptic ulcer, gastritis, oesophagitis. Menstrual bleeding....45 ml.....loss of 22mg of iron Pregnancy...diversion of iron to the embryo

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Iron lack pallor Cont. Clinical sign In early course , the customer might be free of side effects Mild.... Whiteness , exhaustion and effort dyspnea . Sever..... Nail get to be fragile and inward and longitudinal edges. Glossitis (irritation of tongue), brilliant red . Cheilosis (aggravation of lips-The edges of mouth might be broken, blushed and agonizing. Migraine, paresthesia. Blazing impression of the tongue result to absence of iron in tissues.

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Iron insufficiency sickliness Cont. Administration Diagnosis Peripheral blood smears (CBC) Low serum press levels, and raised serum press restricting limit. Truant iron stores in the bone marrow. endoscopy, or colonoscopy to identify GI dying. Treatment Increasing the admission of iron. Direct supplements for erythroporesesis

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Iron lack weakness Cont. Part of supplements for erythroporesesis Cobalamin ( Vit B12) has part in RBC development found in red meat particularly liver. Folic corrosive has part in RBC development in leaves, angle. Vitamin B6 has part in hemoglobin blend found in eggs, entire grain and bread, potatoes. Amino acids has part in union of nucleoproteins found in eggs, meat, drain, drain items Vitamin C has part in change of folic corrosive to its dynamic structures helps in assimilation.

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Iron inadequacy paleness Cont. Medicinal treatment Oral iron supplements (ferrous sulfate) It ought to be brought after dinners and with squeezed orange Told the customer that the stool will be dark. Parenteral iron is regulated by IM or IV

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Megaloblastic or Macrocytic Anemia It portrayed by morphological changes brought about by imperfect DNA blend and unusual RBC developed. The basic types of mgaloblastic iron deficiency: 1-Cobalamin(vitamin B12) Result from dietary inadequacy. Inadequacy of gastric inherent components. Intestinal malabsorption and expanded necessity.

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Megaloblastic or Macrocytic Anemia Cobalamin(vitamin B12) Symptoms General side effects of pallor . GIT appearance an a sore tongue, anorexia, sickness, spewing and stomach torment. Neurovascular sign as shortcoming, parethesias of the feet and hands, muscle shortcoming, hindered manner of thinking going from disarray to dementia

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Megaloblastic or Macrocytic Anemia Cobalamin(vitamin B12) Diagnosis Abnormal Schilling test result which illustrates, the failure to assimilate vitamin B12. Treatment Parenteral organization of vitamin B12 once/month. The medical attendant ought to guarantee that wounds are not managed in view of the reduced sensation to warmth and agony because of neurologic weakness. Shield customer from blaze and injury. Assess skin for redness.

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Megaloblastic or Macrocytic Anemia Folic corrosive lack Folic corrosive required for DNA blend prompting RBC arrangement and development. Day by day necessity of folic corrosive 100 to 200 mg. Causes Poor nourishment (Lack of vegetable, yeast, nuts, grains. Malabsorption disorder. Drugs that obstruct the ingestion and utilization of F corrosive (oral contraceptives ,hostile to seizure specialists). Liquor mishandle and anorexia. Haemodialysis customer in light of folic help is dialyzable. Pregnancy, and expanded necessity & lack of healthy sustenance.

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Megaloblastic or Macrocytic Anemia Folic corrosive insufficiency Clinical appearance Similar to cobalamin inadequacy aside from the nonattendance of neurologic issue, this absence of neurologic inclusion separate folic corrosive lack from vit . B12. Determination Low serum folate level. Treatment Anemia brought about by a dietary inadequacy can be treated with 1 mg of folic corrosive for 3-month time span. Eat less ... Orange, meat, eggs, cabbage, citrus organic products .

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A plastic Anemia Related to decreased or disabled erythrocyte creation (greasy bone marrow). Etiology It can be isolated into the real gatherings: 1-Congenital Caused by chromosomal changes. 2-Acquired as an aftereffect of presentation to: Ionizing radiation, substance specialists (DDT, liquor) Viral and bacterial infection(hepatitis, miliary TB)

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A plastic Anemia Etiology Cont. Endorsed pharmaceutical( alkalating specialists, antimicrobial) Pregnancy. Idiopathic Pathophysiology It brought about by sorrow of action of all blood-delivering components { There is reduction in white platelets( Leukopoenia ), Platelets( Thrombocytopoenia ), and decr ease in the development of RBC, which prompt iron deficiency.

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A plastic Anemia Cont. Clinical Manifestation Pallor of skin and mucous films. Cardiovascular (exhaustion, and dyspnea on effort, palpitation) Cerebral reactions Infection of skin and mucous film. Haemorrhagic symptoms(bleeding inclinations into the skin and mucous layers, nose, gums, vagina and rectum

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A plastic Anemia Cont. Administration. The CBC naturally uncovers a pancytopoenia (a checked reduction in the numbering of cell sorts) The reticulocyte tally is low . Bone marrow examination and biops y Treatment Bone marrow transplantation from a contributor with indistinguishable human leukocyte antigen for individual more youthful than 40 years.

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A plastic Anemia Cont. The rest of people are treated with immunosuppressive treatment. Nursing consideration depends on watchful evaluation and administration of confusions of pancytopoenia by: Private room. Defensive disengagement Provide and train the customer on careful cleanliness. Appraisal and support of oral care regimen. Screen obtrusive lines for indication of disease.

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A plastic Anemia Cont. Nursing Care Cont. Maintain a strategic distance from bladder catheterization. Educate family and guests on watchful hand washing. Nursing intercession for anticipating bleeding......... Educating the individual with a plastic paleness include: Prevent contamination. Anticipate drain. Forestall weariness.

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Haemolytic Anemia Definition Premature decimation of erythrocyte happening at such a rate, to the point that the bone marrow can\'t make up for the loss of cells. Haemolysis can happen either additional vascular or intravascular. In additional vascular, the spleen expels erythrocytes from dissemination at considerably more quick rate. In Intravascular it is optional to the erythrocyte lysing and spilling the cell substance into the spleen

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Haemolytic Anemia Cont. Etiology The causes might be procured frame or genetic structures Acquired structures Immune framework intervened haemolysis is brought on or connected with transfusion responses, haemolytic sickness of the infant Traumatic haemolysis is created by nearness of prosthetic heart valves; basic irregularities of the heart; haemodialysis. Irresistible haemolysis are because of bacterial contamination (cholera, typhoid)

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Haemolytic Anemia Cont. Lethal (concoction) haemolysis happens as the consequence of presentation to dangerous synthetic specialists; haemodialysis or uraemia. Physical haemolysis are because of smolders and radiation. Hypophosphatemic haemolysis are because of hypophosphatemia (phosphate inadequacy in plasma. Genetic Form Structural imperfection i.e., plasma film deformity, obliteration because of delicacy of the erythrocyte. Catalyst inadequacy i.e., insufficiency of glycol tic proteins

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Haemolytic Anemia Cont. Clinical Manifestation Ischemia happens when red cells bunch in the fine beds, bringing on cyanosis, agony and paresthesia. Haemoglobinuria . Administration Diagnosis The nearness of the immune response or supplement on the RBCs (direct Coomb\'s test) or in the serum(indirect Coomb\'s test) Decreased Hct . Expanded reticulocyte and bilirubin

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Anemia brought on by blood misfortune Anemia coming about because of blood misfortune might be created by either intense or interminable. Etiology/Pathophysiology Trauma Complications of surgery Diseases that disturb vascular uprightness. There are two clinical worries in such circumstance First There is sudden lessening in the aggregate blood volume that can prompt hypovolaemic stun. .:ts

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