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Iron Ferritin,TIBC and Reticulocyte count in cases of Haemolytic anaemia

Priyanka Verma*

Haemolytic anemia in which red blood cells are destroyed faster than they are made, this process of destruction is called as haemolysis. This leed to increase in iron and bilirubin content in serum as well as increase in reticulocyte count. It has been found that administration of iron in haemolytic cases is contradictory compared to Iron deficiency anaemia. So in order to prove this, a study has been designed with haemolytic cases which are given iron supplements it has been found that there is increase in reticulocyte count as well as ferritin rather than decrease post treatment. Therefore it can be said that iron supplementation in cases of haemolytic anaemia is of no use.

Keywords: Haemolytic anemia; Iron; TIBC;Ferritin; Reticulocyte count

Published Date: 2022-10-07; Received Date: 2022-09-06