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Iron therapy for preoperative anaemia.

Preoperative anaemia is common and occurs in 5% to 76% of patients preoperatively. It is associated with an increased risk of perioperative allogeneic blood transfusion, longer hospital stay, and increased morbidity and mortality. Iron deficiency is one of the most common causes of anaemia. Oral and intravenous iron therapy can be used to treat anaemia. Parenteral iron preparations have been shown to be more effective in conditions such as inflammatory bowel disease, chronic heart failure and postpartum hae...


Inflammation, but Not the Underlying Disease or Its Location, Predicts Oral Iron Absorption Capacity in Patients With Inflammatory Bowel Disease.

Anaemia is common in patients with inflammatory bowel disease [IBD], its two main aetiologies being iron deficiency anaemia [IDA] and anaemia of chronic inflammation [ACI]. Impaired intestinal iron absorption due to inflammatory cytokines is thought to play a role in ACI. We undertook for the first time a controlled prospective study investigating effects of differing underlying diseases, disease locations, and types of iron deficiency or anaemia on oral iron absorption in adult IBD patients with and withou...

The interaction between pre-operative anaemia and peri-operative blood transfusion on patient outcomes following general surgical procedure: a retrospective review.

To assess the incidence of pre-operative anaemia in patients presenting for general surgery and determine the relationship between pre-operative anaemia, transfusion and post-operative metrics including length of stay (LOS) and infectious complications.


Refusal to take a sick leave after being diagnosed with a communicable disease as an estimate of the phenomenon of presenteeism in Poland.

The purpose of the study was to estimate the prevalence of presenteeism in Poland in the case of communicable diseases. Materials (Subjects) and MethodsThe study was based on data from medical records concerning 2,529 patients aged 19-64. All the patients were diagnosed with communicable diseases. The inclusion criteria were based on implementing decision concerning communicable diseases made by the Commission of the European Union. Associations between refusals to take a sick leave and patients' age, gend...

Preoperative Anaemia in Primary Hip and Knee Arthroplasty.

Approximately one in three patients has untreated preoperative anaemia, which in turn is associated with an increased need for transfusion of allogenic red blood cell concentrates (RBC) and complications in the context of a surgical intervention. Here, the prevalence of preoperative and postoperative anaemia as well as their effects on transfusion rate, hospital length of stay and hospital mortality in primary hip and knee arthroplasty has been analysed.

Anaemia and transfusion triggers in critically ill patients - What we have learnt thus far.

Anaemia is a common finding in critically ill patients, the cause of which is multi-factorial including: sepsis, haemolysis (and disseminated intravascular coagulation), iatrogenic blood loss secondary to laboratory sampling, post-operative anaemia, bone marrow suppression/failure, decreased production of erythropoietin, anaemia secondary to drugs/toxins, overt or occult blood loss, functional iron deficiency, poor nutrition and haemodilution. Anaemia is associated with deleterious outcomes including increa...

Predictors of discharge against medical advice in adult trauma patients.

Patients who leave against medical advice (AMA) have higher readmission rates and mortality. However, little is known about the characteristics of trauma patients that leave AMA. The purpose of this study was to identify predictors for leaving AMA in adult trauma patients.

Molidustat for the treatment of renal anaemia in patients with dialysis-dependent chronic kidney disease: design and rationale of three phase III studies.

New medications for anaemia associated with chronic kidney disease (CKD) are desirable, owing to the limitations of erythropoiesis-stimulating agents (ESAs), the current standard of care. Molidustat is a novel hypoxia-inducible factor prolyl-hydroxylase inhibitor that stimulates erythropoietin production, predominately in the kidney. We report methodological details of three phase III trials, named MolIdustat once dailY improves renal Anaemia By Inducing erythropoietin (MIYABI), designed primarily to invest...

Blood transfusion in older patients.

Anaemia is the most frequent haematological disease in older patients with prevalence up to 60% among patients hospitalized in acute geriatric ward. Furthermore, people aged 65 years and over receive more than half of the blood transfusion. The tolerance and the symptom of anaemia in older patients are very variable from one patient to another depending on ageing and comorbidities. The transfusion decision should not be based on haemoglobin levels but should be based on the benefit/risk balance taking into ...

Livestock ownership, household food security and childhood anaemia in rural Ghana.

The mechanisms through which livestock ownership is associated with childhood anaemia are contested. Using a cross-sectional, community-based survey of 300 households in southern Ghana, we determined the associations of household livestock ownership with anaemia among children aged 2-5 years. Potential mediating effects of animal-source food (ASF) consumption, microbial infections, and household food security were investigated. Data on each child's anaemia, malaria, and intestinal infections were collected ...

Integrated analysis of global gene and microRNA expression profiling associated with aplastic anaemia.

Aplastic anaemia is a rare disorder characterized by peripheral pancytopenia and hypocellular bone marrow. Recent advancement of miRNA technologies, new promising therapy using small molecule inhibitors was suggested as efficient treatment option. Therefore, the study was undertaken to identify the significantly altered miRNA (miR-1202-upregulation) among aplastic anaemia patients compared to healthy controls by global miRNA expression profiling of bone marrow.

Relationship between paid leave, financial burden, and patient-reported outcomes among employed patients who have undergone bone marrow transplantation.

The US does not have universal paid family and medical leave. We examine the direct effects of access to paid leave on patient-reported health, quality of life (QOL), and perceived stress of employed patients who underwent bone marrow transplantation (BMT) to treat advanced blood cancer as well as the indirect effects through reductions in the financial burden (FB) that patients face.

Optimised molecular genetic diagnostics of Fanconi anaemia by whole exome sequencing and functional studies.

Patients with Fanconi anaemia (FA), a rare DNA repair genetic disease, exhibit chromosome fragility, bone marrow failure, malformations and cancer susceptibility. FA molecular diagnosis is challenging since FA is caused by point mutations and large deletions in 22 genes following three heritability patterns. To optimise FA patients' characterisation, we developed a simplified but effective methodology based on whole exome sequencing (WES) and functional studies.

Revisiting the basis for haemoglobin screening in pregnancy.

Anaemia affects up to 50% of pregnancies worldwide, and is associated with maternal and neonatal morbidity and mortality. Prevention and management of anaemia remains a priority. Despite this, there is ongoing debate on the optimal approach to identifying anaemia in pregnant women and the best strategies for prevention and management. The objective of this review is to describe the current landscape of haemoglobin testing in pregnancy in low and high-income countries.

Breathlessness and dysfunctional breathing in patients with postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS): The impact of a physiotherapy intervention.

Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) is a chronic, multifactorial syndrome with complex symptoms of orthostatic intolerance. Breathlessness is a prevalent symptom, however little is known about the aetiology. Anecdotal evidence suggests that breathless POTS patients commonly demonstrate dysfunctional breathing/hyperventilation syndrome (DB/HVS). There are, however, no published data regarding DB/HVS in POTS, and whether physiotherapy/breathing retraining may improve patients' breathing pattern a...

Molidustat for the treatment of renal anaemia in patients with non-dialysis-dependent chronic kidney disease: design and rationale of two phase III studies.

Anaemia is a common complication of chronic kidney disease (CKD). Owing to the limitations of erythropoiesis-stimulating agents (ESAs), the current standard of care, there is a need to develop new therapies. Hypoxia-inducible factor prolyl-hydroxylase (HIF-PH) inhibitors might be a promising new treatment option. Molidustat is an oral HIF-PH inhibitor that stimulates the endogenous, predominantly renal, production of erythropoietin and was generally well tolerated in phase IIb clinical trials. Here, we repo...

Zinc deficiency associated with anaemia among young children in rural Guatemala.

One in four children younger than age five in Guatemala experiences anaemia (haemoglobin

Anaemia in pregnancy.

Anaemia in pregnancy is a common medical condition managed by general practitioners (GPs) in Australia.

Fibromyalgia in the workplace: risk factors for sick leave are related to professional context rather than fibromyalgia characteristics- a French national survey of 955 patients.

Work and workplace factors are important in fibromyalgia management. We investigated factors associated with sick leave in professionally active women living with fibromyalgia.

Supporting New Physicians and New Parents: A Call to Create A Standard Parental Leave Policy for Residents.

Parents taking leave after the birth of a child is associated with significant benefits for infants, mothers, and fathers. Although nearly 40% of residents have or plan to have children during residency, there is no standard parental leave policy for these trainees. In this Perspective, the authors discuss the benefits of parental leave, synthesize findings about maternity bias and other negative effects of the current variable approaches to parental leave during residency, and explore underlying causes of ...

Association between anemia and blood transfusion with long-term mortality following cardiac surgery.

Preoperative anaemia and red blood cell (RBC) transfusion are both associated with in-hospital mortality after cardiac surgery. The aim of this study was to investigate the interactions between preoperative anaemia and RBC transfusion, and their effect on the long-term survival of patients undergoing cardiac surgery.

Natural history of growth and anaemia in children with epidermolysis bullosa: A retrospective cohort study.

Impaired growth and anaemia are major extracutaneous complications of epidermolysis bullosa (EB), but data on their development are lacking.

Changes in maternity leave coverage: Implications for fertility, labour force participation and child mortality.

Analysing macro-panel data from 18 African and Asian countries over the period 1995-2016, this article investigates the effects of the level and duration of paid maternity leave on three dimensions of human development: fertility, female formal-sector employment and infant mortality. There is some evidence that, on average, extending the duration of leave leads to reductions in infant mortality and employment. However, there is no conclusive evidence that leave duration has a direct effect on fertility. In ...

Iron Support in Erythropoietin Treatment in Myelodysplastic Syndrome Patients Affected by Low-Risk Refractory Anaemia: Real-Life Evidence from an Italian Setting.

Refractory anaemia (RA) among myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) is associated with a partial functional iron deficit and may require transfusions. In low-risk lymphoma and solid tumour patients, iron support improves erythropoietin (EPO) cost-effectiveness in treating anaemia. The aim of this study is to see if oral sucrosomial iron support improves the cost-effectiveness of EPO treatment in MDS patients affected by low-risk RA. We treated patients with EPO only or with EPO plus oral sucrosomial iron or intrav...

Anaemia in early childhood among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children of Far North Queensland: a retrospective cohort study.

Early childhood anaemia affects health and neurodevelopment. This study describes anaemia among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children of Far North Queensland.


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