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TITLE:

IMPACT OF IRON DEFICIT ANEMIA ON HEALTH AND LIFE OF FEMALE WITH PREGNANCY

AUTHORS:

Dr Ayesha Keren, Dr Hamayun Akhtar, Dr Ansar Ali Khan

ABSTRACT:

Abstract: Objective: The aim of this research work is to assess the impact of iron deficit anemia on the health of females with pregnancy and to observe the mortality rate among pregnant females suffering from this complication. Methodology: This transverse research work was conducted at Gynecology department of Allied Hospital, Faisalabad. The duration of this research work was from July 2018 to December 2018 in the period of six months. In the duration of this research work, all females with pregnancy of 13 to 40 weeks with iron deficit anemia with level of hemoglobin lower than nine gram% were the part of this research work, whereas females with pregnancy and suffering from any other medical complication were not the part of this research work. SPSS V. 21 was in use for the collection as well as analysis of the information. Result: Among total three hundred and five females with pregnancy with iron deficit anemia, majority of females 55.73% (n: 170) were young from 20 to 30 years of age, most of females were from poor social & economic class 83.27% (n: 254), most of females were multi-parous 34.09% (n: 104), females with very less level of hemoglobin between one to three gram% was available (n: 54) females and between four to six gram% in 53.11% (n: 162) females. These females were suffering from very high rate of abnormality as antepartum hemorrhage 16.06% (n: 49), kidney failure 15.73% (n: 48), scattered intravascular coagulation in 17.7% (n: 54) & 5.24% (n: 16) females met their death. Conclusion: Iron deficit anemia is very frequent in females with pregnancy with very high frequencies of various complications. Keywords: Complications, Anemia, Pregnancy, Multi-Parous, Hemorrhage, Hemoglobin, Coagulation.

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