The Relationship Between Anemia and Nutritional Issues INTRODUCTION "Anemia can be defined as a decrease in the oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood caused by low hemoglobin concentration" ("A Practical Guide", 1). "Cells in the body require oxygen to fully utilize fuels. The oxygen is transported from the lungs to tissues throughout the body via red blood cells. Oxygen binds to hemoglobin, a specific molecule within each red blood cell. This molecule consists of heme, which is
distress may occur and this requires intensive care. (13) http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/205926-treatment#aw2aab6b6c10 Management of chronic anaemia Although there is no scientific data to prove that SCD sufferers actually develop folate deficiency, folic acid (1mg/d) is usually recommended. The aim is to raise the Hb level and encourage a healthy reticulocyte response as due to excessive haemolysis and demand for folate, development of megaloblastic anaemia is likely without supplements.
immature behaviors that usually come with being young. There are many other alternative treatments that can be combined to safely treat ADHD that cost less, and have fewer effects on these children into adulthood. (“Data &…”). Doctors argue that when diagnosing a child with ADHD, it requires a process that has several steps. First, they must focus on looking at the symptoms and decide if there is a persistent pattern of inattention and/or hyperactivity-impulsivity that hinders normal functioning and development
family interactions, and life in general. Therefore, it is imperative that teachers, administrators, and school counselors become familiar with the characteristics of children with ADHD. It is also vital that they know how to properly assess for diagnosing ADHD, and that they learn the intervention strategies for children, along with their families. The child needs to have a ?team? of caring individuals working with them to help them overcome and deal with the ?hurdles? that living with ADHD can bring