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The aim of the study is to compare two accepted treatments for iron deficiency anemia (oral ferrous sulfate and intravenous ferumoxytol) for efficacy and speed of response in the treatment of iron deficiency anemia (IDA) in the post-operative bariatric surgical patient. In this study, 104 bariatric surgical post-operative patients will be randomly assigned 52 each to oral or 52 to a single dose IV iron treatment using double-blind procedures.
The scope of this study is to compare the efficacy of the new oral formulation of Fe-ASP to oral ferrous sulfate in patients with iron deficiency anemia (IDA) for the restoration of decreased circulating Hb. The improvement of symptoms of anemia, the restoration of biomarkers of iron deficiency into the normal range and the incidence of GI tract side effects are the study secondary endpoints.
This randomized controlled trial includes pregnant women with anemia. They are randomized to IV iron infusions or to oral iron supplementation. Pregnancy outcomes are assessed.
This study investigates whether intravenous (IV) iron [Feraheme (ferumoxytol) injection)] is a better treatment than oral iron pills (ferrous sulfate) for correcting anemia in women who have heavy menstrual bleeding and anemia. Investigators will study whether women's blood counts respond better, respond more quickly, and if women prefer the IV treatment or the oral treatment. Women who have heavy menstrual bleeding and anemia will be randomly assigned to receive treatment with...
Iron deficiency (ID) remains the most common global nutrient deficiency, with young women at high risk. Iron supplements are first line treatment for ID but absorption is often low. Dietary components that could increase iron absorption would be valuable, but there are few effective enhancers of non-heme iron absorption. Galacto-oligosaccharides (GOS) is a safe and widely-used prebiotic. An iron stable isotope study in infants reported that 7.5 g of GOS improved iron absorptio...
This study compares the effect of Ferrlecit® (a form of intravenous iron) to ferrous sulfate (a form of oral iron) in treating anemia and iron deficiency in chronic kidney disease patients who are not receiving erythropoietic agents (hormones that stimulate the bone marrow to make more red blood cells).
Given the limited long-term effectiveness of traditional weight loss methods, bariatric surgery is increasingly becoming the preferred option for sustained weight loss. With the ascendancy of the laparoscopic approach, the two most common procedures are the Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (RYGB) and the vertical sleeve gastrectomy (VSG). Because bariatric surgery decreases nutrient intake through restriction, malabsorption, or both, and given that obese patients are often malnourishe...
The purpose of this study is to determine the efficacy of Ferrous Sulphate (FS) tablets in improving iron stores and functional capacity in HF patients with Iron Deficiency Anemia (IDA).
This is a randomized, controlled multi-site trial of iron therapy in pregnancy. The purpose of this research is to see if second trimester initiation of intravenous (IV) iron therapy is better than oral iron therapy for treatment of anemia in pregnancy by improving blood count, quality of life and reducing side effects.
This study compares the effect of Ferrlecit® (a form of intravenous iron) to ferrous sulfate (a form of oral iron) in treating anemia and iron deficiency in chronic kidney disease patients who are receiving erythropoietic agents, such as Procrit® and Aranesp®.
In 2016, the World Health Organization (WHO) set a global policy recommending daily oral iron supplementation (60 mg iron) for 12 weeks for all women living in countries where anemia prevalence is >40%, such as in Cambodia. However, recent studies have shown the prevalence of iron deficiency to be low in Cambodian women and that supplementation would likely only benefit ~10% of women. Iron supplementation may be harmful in women with genetic blood disorders (e.g. thalassemia),...
It is common in many populations that babies develop iron deficiency or iron deficiency anemia (that is, too few healthy red blood cells due to lack of iron). This is due to rapid growth in infancy combined with limited sources of iron in the infant diet. The amount of iron the baby receives across the placenta during pregnancy is another important factor. This study focuses on infants who are born with less than the usual amount of iron in their bodies. The purposes of the stu...
The main drawbacks with oral iron are side-effects, poor compliance, and limited absorption from the gut. It has become very apparent gastrointestinal intolerance with oral iron therapy is dose related and common (up to 20% of patients), and this frequently leads to poor compliance. Lactoferrin (formerly known as lactotransferrin) is a glycoprotein, and a member of a transferrin family, thus belonging to those proteins capable of binding and transferring iron. It represe...
The main objective of the study is to compare the impact of oral ferric citrate compared to standard of care oral ferrous sulfate on serum iron, percent transferrin saturation, ferritin, hepcidin and hemoglobin levels in individuals with moderate to severe chronic kidney disease (CKD) and absolute iron deficiency.
The objective of this study is to examine patient-reported gastrointestinal side effects, as well as iron status indicators, inflammatory markers and oxidative stress following administration of ferrous sulfate and iron-enriched Aspergillus oryzae supplementation.
The purpose of the study is to evaluate the efficacy and safety of intravenous (IV) ferumoxytol compared to IV iron sucrose for the treatment of iron deficiency anemia (IDA).
Ferumoxytol injection (Feraheme®) is a parenteral form of iron supplementation that is FDA-approved for treatment of iron deficiency anemia. Ferumoxytol injection achieves iron repletion in fewer doses (2) when compared with other available injectable iron formulations (5-6) available at NYU Langone Health, and thus may be useful to reduce travel burden and expedite full iron repletion in patients with iron deficiency. Iron-deficiency anemia is common in patients after placeme...
Iron deficiency anaemia (IDA) in postoperative patients with confirmed preoperative iron deficiency (ID) in a population with planned major surgery who need fast replenishment of iron as judged by the treating physician will be treated with i.v. iron using Polyglucoferron, Ferric Carboxymaltose or oral iron
Evaluate the extent to which treatment of iron deficiency anemia beyond 28 weeks' gestation of pregnancy with intravenous iron increases hemoglobin compared to oral iron. The investigators will test the hypothesis that pregnant women who are anemic in the third trimester are more likely to significantly increase their hemoglobin with intravenous iron as opposed to the usual standard of care, oral iron.
IDA patients ofen receive ferrous succinate treatment to speed up the recovery of anemia, the doctor will prescribe ferrous succinate with or without vitamin C according to their own preferences. In theory, only the divalent iron can be absorbed in duodenum and upper jejunum, vitamin C can oxidize ferric iron into divalent iron and maintains a certain degree of acidity in the intestine, and then promotes the absorption of iron. In current clinical practice, it's lack of randomi...
This study evaluates Buxue Yimu Pills，Ferrous Sulfate and the addition of Buxue Yimu Pills to Ferrous Sulfate in the treatment of Iron-Deficiency Anemia in adults women. One third of participanta will receive Buxue Yimu Pills, one third of participanta will receive Buxue Yimu Pills, one third of participanta will receive Ferrous Sulfate，and the another third will receive Buxue Yimu Pills and Ferrous Sulfate in combination.
Lactoferrin (Lf) is a mammalian cationic iron binding glycoprotein belonging to the transferrin family which was discovered 70 years ago, and isolated simultaneously from human and bovine milks in 1960. It is widely distributed in all biological fluids and is also expressed by immune cells, which release it under stimulation by pathogens
This study evaluates the efficacy and tolerability of lactoferrin in contrast to ferrous sulphate in the context of iron deficiency anemia with pregnancy. Half of participants will receive lactoferrin, while the other half will receive ferrous sulphate.
The main objective of this study is to demonstrate the efficacy and safety of an investigational intravenous (IV) iron, ferric carboxymaltose (FCM), compared to oral iron in subjects who have iron deficiency anemia (IDA) and have shown an unsatisfactory response to oral iron.
Patients with IDA and for whom fast replenishment of iron stores is necessary, e.g. if its not appropriated to postpone surgery, will be identified within 28 to 42 days before surgery. Patients will be randomised to receive either Polyglucoferron intravenously (i.v.), Ferric Carboxymaltose i.v. or oral iron substitution with Ferrous sulfate.