Prevalence of Anaemia in Tertiary Care Hospital

Author : DuraiRajan P , Sujitha M, Vijayalakshmi C. S

Anaemia is a major public Health problem in India. In our Country, nearly three quarters of the population live in rural areas, the epidemiology of anaemia in rural settings is not well known. We performed a observational study using Routine Clinical data from patients attending the out-patient clinics of a Hospital. Totally 100 samples were collected. 83 of patients were females and 17 patients were males. The Result of the study shows that 3 patients in females and 4 patients in males having the Haemoglobin level of (>1-5) g/dL. Also 80 females and 13 males showing the Haemoglobin level of (<1-5)g/dL. These shows while mild to moderate anaemia were more common in male patients as compared to female patients.

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