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246 Possible Causes for Anemia Is Transfusion-Dependent

  • Congenital Dyserythropoietic Anemia Type 1

    Discussion The severity of anemia in CDA type I depends on the degree of ineffective erythropoiesis.[] Discussion: We present a patient with severe fetal and infant transfusion dependent anemia who has two novel CDAN1 gene variants not previously described.[] Kuwait et al. (1989) reported two children with congenital dyserythropoietic anemia; one of them had Type I and the other Type II while both were blood transfusion-dependent[]

  • Anemia

    The transfusion-dependent anemia was initially treated with darbepoetin α, which negated the requirement for transfusion.[] Although severe anemia contributes to symptoms of fatigue and reduced quality of life, transfusion dependence increases the risk of organ complications from iron overload[] Transfusion dependent anemia is a form of anemia where ongoing blood transfusion are required.[]

  • Iron Deficiency

    In severe cases, intravenous iron supplementation or a blood transfusion may be necessary.[] If you think you may be at risk for anemia, talk with your doctor so you can be tested at your first prenatal visit.[] In such cases, your doctor may prescribe antibiotics to treat a peptic ulcer, or other treatment depending on the cause.[]

  • Hypersensitivity

    Seen in red blood cell transfusion reactions and in alloimmune hemolytic anemia. See also antibody -dependent cellular cytotoxicity.[]

  • Pregnancy

    Treatment of the anemia For severe symptoms, transfusions Measures to correct anemia during pregnancy depend on the cause (see below).[] Whether blood transfusions are needed depends on whether the following occur: Symptoms, such as light-headedness, weakness, and fatigue, are severe.[] Anemia affects breathing or the heart. Iron deficiency is the cause of anemia during pregnancy in about 95% of cases.[]

  • Iron Deficiency Anemia

    Severe iron-deficiency anemia may require treatment in a hospital, blood transfusions, iron injections, or intravenous iron therapy.[] Treatment for iron-deficiency anemia will depend on its cause and severity. Treatments may include dietary changes and supplements, medicines, and surgery.[] ., antrectomy and Billroth I anastomosis) to manage lesions, and symptomatic therapy with iron supplementation or blood transfusions, depending on the severity of anemia[[]

  • Renal Impairment

    Recombinant human erythropoetin in transfusion-dependent anemia patients with multiple myleloma and non-Hodgkin′s lymphoma—a randomized multicenter study.[]

  • Gastric Antral Vascular Ectasia

    PATIENTS: GAVE patients with previous failed APC therapy, chronic anemia, and transfusion dependence.[] ; transfusion-dependent anemia was noted in 11 patients (65%).[] Without cirrhosis, patients are 71% female, average age 73, presenting with occult blood loss leading to transfusion-dependent chronic iron-deficiency anemia, severe acute[]

  • Hemochromatosis

    Severe anemia usually appears in the first six months of life. Survival depends on blood transfusions, which in consequence lead to hemochromatosis.[] Acquired (Outside the scope of this guideline) transfusion dependent anemias anemia from ineffective erythropoiesis various liver diseases excessive ingestion of medicinal[]

  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

    -0.210 (-0.747, 0.327) -0.203 (-0494, 0.088) -0.315 (-0.475, -0.155) -0.180 (-0.296, -0.063) Anemia with Blood Transfusion 0.325 (-0.303, 0.954) -0.278 (-0.593, 0.038) -0.112[] 0.108 (-0.244, 0.028) Female -0.953 (-1.143, -0.762) -0.380 (-0.568, -0.191) -0.065 (-0.122, -0.008) -0.092 (-0.163, -0.020) Ever Diagnosed or Treated For Alcohol and Drug Dependency[]

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