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Nutritional Anemia

Nutritional Anemia
Scientific Principles, Clinical Practice, and Public Health

Robert T. Means, Jr, Richard Hurrell, Ines Egli, Julia Shaw, Jennifer Gutierrez, Jennifer Freidman, Carlo Brugnara, Gordon McLaren, Barry Skikkne, Clara Lo, Michael Jeng, Darryl Williams, Ellen M. Smith, Vin Tangpricha, Aśok C. Antony, Sylvia Bottomley, Benjamin Person, Raul Rosenthal
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  • Date Published: April 2019
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781108714303

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  • This major new comprehensive guide focuses on particular topics in the field of nutritional anemias, with in-depth coverage on each relevant nutrient whose deficiency can cause anemia, their metabolism, dietary requirements and related information. This book presents the unique hematological, and non-hematological, manifestations of each deficiency, the varied settings and causes of deficiency, interactions with other problems, diagnostic approaches and tools, synthesizing the perspectives of epidemiology, public health, and clinical hematology. Covering approaches to medical management in individuals, as well as in susceptible populations such as children, pregnant women and the elderly; and preventive strategies, such as supplementation and fortification, this exceptional text will appeal to a wide audience, from the clinician learning about the epidemiology and public health aspects of food fortification, to the public health practitioner who needs to understand clinical approaches to key nutritional anemia issues.

    • Incorporates perspectives from epidemiology, public health, and clinical hematology into an informed resource on nutritional anemia
    • Provides a general overview of anemia, its mechanisms and definitions, as well as addressing food fortification and the non-nutritional factors affecting manifestations of nutritional anemias – particularly in the developing world
    • Includes special topics chapters on the hematologic consequences of pregnancy, alcohol abuse, bariatric surgery, and of vegetarianism and other restricted diets
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    • Date Published: April 2019
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781108714303
    • length: 218 pages
    • dimensions: 234 x 156 x 11 mm
    • weight: 0.38kg
    • contains: 8 b/w illus.
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Overview:
    1. General hematology of anemia Robert T. Means, Jr
    2. Impact of anemia: overview Robert T. Means, Jr
    3. Fortification of food: principles and practice Richard Hurrell and Ines Egli
    4. Nutritional anemia and its non-nutritional influences in the developing world Julia Shaw, Jennifer Gutierrez and Jennifer Freidman
    Part II. Iron deficiency:
    5. Laboratory assessment of iron status Carlo Brugnara
    6. Iron deficiency without anemia Gordon McLaren and Barry Skikkne
    7. Treatment of iron deficiency in adults Robert T. Means, Jr
    8. Dietary iron deficiency anemia in children Clara Lo and Michael Jeng
    Part III. Copper and Vitamin D Deficiency:
    9. Physiology of copper balance and metabolism Robert T. Means, Jr
    10. Clinical syndromes of copper deficiency Darryl Williams
    11. Vitamin D Ellen M. Smith and Vin Tangpricha
    Part IV. Special Topics:
    12. Nutritional anemia during pregnancy Robert T. Means, Jr
    13. Vegetarianism and other restricted diets Aśok C. Antony
    14. Nutritional syndromes with anemia: alcohol Sylvia Bottomley
    15. Anemia following bariatric surgery Benjamin Person and Raul Rosenthal.

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    Robert T. Means Jr, East Tennessee State University
    Robert T. Means, Jr, is Professor of Internal Medicine and Dean of the James H. Quillen College of Medicine, East Tennessee State University. He is board certified in Internal Medicine and Hematology. Dr Means, Jr, was an editor of the 12th-14th editions of Wintrobe's Clinical Hematology (2018) and is a member of the Medical and Scientific Advisory Board of the Iron Disorders Institute.

    Contributors

    Robert T. Means, Jr, Richard Hurrell, Ines Egli, Julia Shaw, Jennifer Gutierrez, Jennifer Freidman, Carlo Brugnara, Gordon McLaren, Barry Skikkne, Clara Lo, Michael Jeng, Darryl Williams, Ellen M. Smith, Vin Tangpricha, Aśok C. Antony, Sylvia Bottomley, Benjamin Person, Raul Rosenthal

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