nutritional anemia


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nutritional anemia

[nü′trish·ən·əl ə′nē·mē·ə]
(medicine)
Anemia resulting from certain nutritional deficiencies.
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Prevalence of nutritional anemia among college students and its correlation with their body mass index.
Nutritional anemia was found to be prevalent even in medical students who were literate and had access to the nutritive diet in a good, healthy environment.
Profile of nutritional anemia in hospitalized children over a decade.
Home fortification with micronutrient sprinkles--A new approach for the prevention and treatment of nutritional anemias.
Other nutritional anemias, including folic acid and vitamin B12 deficiency may be asymptomatic or present with macrocytic anemia, poor growth, diarrhea, or anorexia.
Alguemi Cc, Bennour A, Jallouli K, Doghri T, Nutritional anemia in pregnant women in the region of Kairouan (Tunisia).
Anaemia was then defined as Hgb <11 g/dL in pregnant women and <12 g/dL for non-pregnant women after an adjustment was made for pregnancy and altitude at the field based on the recommendations of the International Nutritional Anemia Consultative Group (28).
International Nutritional Anemia Consultative Group (INACG) Adjusting hemoglobin values in program surveys.
2] Nutritional anemia is a worldwide problem, with the highest prevalence in developing countries.
Infants' diet is commonly deficient in these micronutrients that lead to nutritional anemia.
INACG (International Nutritional Anemia Consultative Group) Symposium, Peru.
Efficiency of weekly iron supplementation in the control of nutritional anemia has been found in various studies conducted in India, abroad, and by World Health Organization (WHO).
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