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A Conceptual Study of Anaemia with Special Reference to Iron Deficiency Anaemia

Gyanendra kumar Gupta, Gagan Devi


Anaemia is not a single disease but a condition like fever with many possible causes. The main causes of anaemia include nutritional deficiencies, medication side effects, chronic diseases, etc. The common form of anaemia is iron deficiency anaemia. The common cause of iron deficiency is blood loss due to worm infestation, poor intake of food, etc. The goal of this article is to explain the detailed
conceptual study of anaemia with special reference to iron deficiency anaemia.


Anaemia, iron deficiency anaemia, medication, nutritional deficiency, worm manifestation

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