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by Anders Norrby

Author: Anders Norrby
Language: English
Publisher: Munksgaard (1974)
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Supplementum, European journal of haematology. 0080-6722 Anders Norrby.

Supplementum, European journal of haematology. The influence of a liquid antacid on the absorption of iron from iron tablets was studied in healthy volunteers using a serum iron technique. Tablets containing ferrous salts (carbonate, fumarate, sulphate) with different in-vitro dissolution properties were studied. The correlation between the magnitude of the increase of serum iron after an oral dose of iron and the total absorption of iron was studied in 51 healthy subjects and 10 patients with iron deficiency anaemia. 59Fe-labelled solutions of ferrous sulphate (25-100 mg iron) were administered to the fasting subjects.

PubMed comprises more than 30 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. Scand J Haematol Suppl. Iron absorption studies in iron deficiency.

Latent iron deficiency (LID), also called iron-deficient erythropoiesis, is a medical condition in which there is evidence of iron . Iron absorption studies in iron deficiency". Scandinavian Journal of Haematology.

Latent iron deficiency (LID), also called iron-deficient erythropoiesis, is a medical condition in which there is evidence of iron deficiency without anemia (normal hemoglobin level). It is important to assess this condition because it is accepted that individuals with latent iron deficiency will develop iron-deficiency anemia in the weeks or months following diagnoses of LID if they.

Journal of nuclear medicin. Observation on the natural history of iron deficiency and the gastrointestinal absorption of iron. 966. Intestinal iron absorption studies using iron-52 and anger positron camera. cle{IA, title {Intestinal iron absorption studies using iron-52 and anger positron camera Observation on the natural history of iron deficiency and the gastrointestinal absorption of iron. M. e. conrad, jr, k. van hoek, w. h. crosby.

Common causes of iron deficiency include inadequate intake of dietary iron, inadequate iron utilisation during . The study did not find any difference in iron intestinal absorption measured on day 21 between the two preparations.

Common causes of iron deficiency include inadequate intake of dietary iron, inadequate iron utilisation during chronic and inflammatory diseases, impaired iron absorption, or excess iron loss. In the vast majority of cases, the cause of iron deficiency anaemia results in an anaemia that is both avoidable and reversible by increasing iron supplementation or reducing iron loss. Moreover, after two months of treatment, haemoglobin levels increased to approximately baseline values in both treatment groups.

3 scandinavian journal of haematology 2 british journal of dermatology 2 international journal of artificial organs 2 scandinavian journal of clinical and laboratory investigation supplementum 1 acta . Studies in iron absorption

Studies in iron absorption. VII. Iron deficiency in young men. Авторы: Höglund S, Ehn L, Liedén G. Источник: Acta Haematologica 1970; Vol. 44 (4), pp. 193-9.

Iron absorption is the sole mechanism by which iron stores are physiologically manipulated

Iron absorption is the sole mechanism by which iron stores are physiologically manipulated. The average adult stores about 1 to 3 grams of iron in his or her body. An exquisite balance between dietary uptake and loss maintains this balance. A feedback mechanism exists that enhances iron absorption in people who are iron deficient. In contrast, people with iron overload dampen iron absorption. The physical state of iron entering the duodenum greatly influences its absorption however. British Journal of Hematology 2, 432. Yuan, D. Stearman, . Dancis, . Dunn, . Beeler, . and Klausner, R. D. (1995).

Scandinavian journal of haematology. Last modification date: 09/06/2004. Type of record: Confirmed. ISSN Center responsible of the record: ISSN Denmark.

Absorption of dietary iron (1–2 mg/day) is tightly regulated, and just balanced with losses, because there is no active iron excretion.

Role of laboratory testing in diagnosis In iron deficiency status, laboratory tests may provide evidence of iron depletion in the body or reflect iron deficient red cell production. Increased transferrin saturation and/or ferritin levels are the main cues for further investigation of iron overload. Absorption of dietary iron (1–2 mg/day) is tightly regulated, and just balanced with losses, because there is no active iron excretion.