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Epidemiological Analysis of O.P.D. and in Door Anaemic Patients in a Medical College Hospital


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1 Dept. of Pathology, Govt. Medical College, Jagdalpur, Bastar 494001, India
2 Dept. of Ophthalmology, Govt. Medical College, Jagdalpur, Bastar 494001., India
3 Dept. of Community Medicine,, Govt. Medical College, Jagdalpur, Bastar 494001., India
     

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Research Question: What is the magnitude of problem of anaemia. Objective: To know the problem of anaemia amongst the patients attending in Medical College, Hospital. Study Design: Cross-sectional. Participants: 250 anaemic patients, whose Hb < 12.5gm./dl. Study variables: Hb level, Anaemia, Age and Sex. Statistical Analysis: Test of proportion. Findings: 40 cases (16%) were of paediatric age group. Maximum 20.8% cases were seen in 15 - 24 yrs. age group with females being twice the number of males in this group. Above 45 yrs. males were 50%, more commonly affected than females.

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Pregnant Women, Adolescent Girls.
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Authors

K. L. Azad
Dept. of Pathology, Govt. Medical College, Jagdalpur, Bastar 494001, India
P. Shukla
Dept. of Ophthalmology, Govt. Medical College, Jagdalpur, Bastar 494001., India
A. K. Bansal
Dept. of Community Medicine,, Govt. Medical College, Jagdalpur, Bastar 494001., India

Abstract


Research Question: What is the magnitude of problem of anaemia. Objective: To know the problem of anaemia amongst the patients attending in Medical College, Hospital. Study Design: Cross-sectional. Participants: 250 anaemic patients, whose Hb < 12.5gm./dl. Study variables: Hb level, Anaemia, Age and Sex. Statistical Analysis: Test of proportion. Findings: 40 cases (16%) were of paediatric age group. Maximum 20.8% cases were seen in 15 - 24 yrs. age group with females being twice the number of males in this group. Above 45 yrs. males were 50%, more commonly affected than females.

Keywords


Pregnant Women, Adolescent Girls.

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