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EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY OF ANEMIA IN YOUNG AGE WOMEN AT DISTRICT GENERAL HOSPITAL AMRAVATI

Anupama S. Gore* , Komal R. Nawale, Priyanka G. Ghuge, G.S. Bangale

Background:As 18 to 25 years age is the career building age, so this study will focus on important measures to be taken to avoid anemia and its complications, this may havehigh impact on life of the sufferer. Objectives:The present study includes determination of several factors which directly or indirectly influence the prevalence of anemia and observation is based on cases detected at District General Hospital, Amravati. Materials and Methods: The proposed study is supposed to reveal data regarding socioeconomic factors and dietary habits of the women suffering from anemia particularly at young age. Result:Iron deficiency anemia is the most common type in females having childbearing capacity of this area. Megaloblastic anemia is found in about half of the patients. Conclusion: The outcome of this study will help to prepare a well-balanced treatment plan for control of progression of the disease. Such kind of study will help strategic planning for rehabilitation of sufferers through consideration of prevalent factors. Keywords: Anemia, Cellenium Analyzer, Prevalence, Iron deficiency anemia, Curative measures.

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