Diagnostic Relevance of Ferrokinetic Laboratory Markers in Anemic Pregnant Women

Conclusions: Determination of iron deficiency in pregnant women at different gestational periods will allow for identifying the risk group of anemic patients and deciding on the treatment. IDA (Hb #x3c;100 g/L) can be effectively measured by ferritin level #x3c;15 ng/mL, iron level of #x3c;11.5 μmol/L, and transferrin level #x3e;2.6 mg/L atp #x3c; 0.001. Anemia due to chronic diseases (Hb #x3c;100 g/L) can be effectively diagnosed with ferritin above 15 μg/L and CRP above 10 mg/L atp #x3c; 0.001.Gynecol Obstet Invest
Source: Gynecologic and Obstetric Investigation - Category: OBGYN Source Type: research

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