Iron deficiency anemia is the most
common form of anemia and it
develops over time if the body does
not have enough iron to manufacture
red blood cells.
anemia" usually refers to a condition in
which blood has a lower than normal
number of red blood cells.
Iron is an essential mineral that is needed
to form hemoglobin,an oxygen carrying
protein inside red blood cells.
And Without enough iron, the body uses up
all the iron it has stored in the liver, bone
marrow and other organs. If the stored iron
is depleted, the body is able to make very
few red blood cells.
•Iron-deficiency anemia is usually due to :
Inability to Absorb Iron.
shortness of breath.
An unusual craving for non-nutritive
cold hands and feet.
fast or irregular heartbeat.
A doctor can diagnose anemia with blood
Complete Blood Cell (CBC) Test
Tests for Internal Bleeding
examine your blood by using a microscope
PARENTERAL IRON THERAPY
Treating the Underlying Cause of Bleeding