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haematic

(US), hematic
1. relating to, acting on, having the colour of, or containing blood
2. Med another name for a haematinic
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Expectant mothers, who were nonresidents, were below 18 and above 49 years of age, and those not willing to give consent and those on antimalarials or anthelmintics or haematinics were excluded from the study.
There was a high initial incidence of altered haematinics and FID.
haematinic deficiency or malignant infiltration) then bone marrow examination is crucial for establishing a diagnosis.
(2-5) In addition, anaemia may be compounded by co-morbid haematinic deficiency (iron, folate and vitamin [B.sub.12]), suggesting a need for early replacement in the management of anaemia in HIV.
A protocol involving investigation of anaemia and targeted haematinic and/or erythropoeitin therapy is to be introduced as part of the preoperative assessment of patients at Fremantle Hospital.
Furthermore, laboratory findings must be considered to exclude haematinic deficiencies such as eosinophil counts, vitamin B12, iron and folate levels in the blood.
Anaemia is also a consequence of a synergy of inflammation and insufficient bioavailable dietary iron and other haematinic nutrients.
Causes of thrombocytopenia Decreased production * Haematinic deficiencies, e.g.
The haematinic activity of the methanol leaf extract of Brillantasia nitens Lindau (Acanthaceae) in rats.
untreated infections * haematinic deficiency (iron, folate and vitamin [B.sub.12]) * increased red cell destruction * abnormal red cell membranes, causing increased osmotic fragility