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Thalassemia is an inherited disease of the blood. Because the body does not make enough hemoglobin or enough healthy red blood cells, those with the illness may experience anemia, or other symptoms like poor appetite, an enlarged spleen and may also be prone to infection. Although the disease can occur in any person, it is most often seen in those of Middle Eastern, African, Mediterranean and Southern Asian heritage.
Published by hreeves78 63 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +0 votes | 0 comments
Most of us are familiar with iv's either because we have had to be treated with an iv, have treated patients with iv products or have seen iv in popular media shows that depict a patient with the almost obligatory iv needle and the iv product hanging on a iv pole.
Published by Nora K Anthony 64 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +0 votes | 0 comments
Experts identify two categories of patients. To the first belong workaholics and businessmen, and the second - the unemployed and vagrants. Hypertension is not terrible in itself, and its complications. High blood pressure often do not reflect the normal rhythm of life. Almost all complained of headaches, dizziness and fatigue. People also live in anticipation of the holidays, when they hope to rest.
Published by Stotinka5 235 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +0 votes | 0 comments
There are four types of blood cells - red blood, white blood, platelets, and plasma. In this article you will be informed of the functions of each of these blood cells. A human body has an average of 5 liters of blood, about more than a gallon. Our blood carries vital substances to our body. More than half of our blood is plasma and the remaining percentage of the blood goes to red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. Let us know the functions of our blood cells.
Published by Cloud1 68 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +3 votes | 0 comments
Healthy Blood circulation is very important for maintaining a good health. Without proper blood circulation or poor blood circulation can lead to many fatal diseases. Therefore, it is important to improve the blood circulation. Along with exercise & physical activities, healthy foods play vital role to increase the blood flow. There are certain foods which can improve blood circulation and considered as best foods that improve blood circulation. Let’s find out what they are...
Published by Sourav RC 70 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +9 votes | 1 comments
Hypovolemic shock is a serious emergency condition that results when there is an underlying medical condition or injuries that lead to severe blood loss hence decreasing the cardiac output or total amount of blood in the circulation. The management of this shock is geared towards identifying and correcting the disorder or the problem that caused the shock.
Published by Timm 72 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +11 votes | 5 comments
Learn about the 4 Effective Ways to Avoid Low Blood Pressure Level of the Body. High blood pressure and low blood pressure are the common health problems associated with the blood. Like any other diseases, low blood pressure can be fatal if not treated or prevented early. This article provides healthy information about the effective remedies in treating low blood pressure.
Published by Mark Cruz 73 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +1 votes | 0 comments
In iron deficiency anemia, red blood cells are small) and pale, due to decreased hemoglobin synthesis. Certain features can be useful in distinguishing this from thalassemia.
Published by Dr. David Warmflash 91 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +1 votes | 0 comments
Fainting or syncope us a common ailment. What happens to us when we faint?
Published by Fran Ll 92 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +0 votes | 0 comments
What is Blood and How Does it Work in Your Body? How Your Bloodstream Works.
Published by Amanda Wilkins 93 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +3 votes | 0 comments
Hemophilia is a blood disorder where a person's blood is incapable of clotting. It is genetically acquired or could be a result of gene mutation.
Published by M.J. Grueso 94 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +4 votes | 0 comments
An embolism is a blood clot or some other particulate or object in the blood that stops blood flow. An embolism can be composed of air, plastic, fat, cholesterol or cells found in amniotic fluid.
Published by Charlene Collins 96 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +10 votes | 5 comments
genetic screening for breast cancer can soon be available
Published by carol roach 100 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +2 votes | 3 comments
I have Peripheral Artery Disease in my legs which is a condition where blood is restricted, by clogged arteries.
Published by Daryl Putnam 101 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +1 votes | 2 comments
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