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Haemoglobin Assessment in Children

Meta Description: Haemoglobin concentration is the most consistent anaemia indicator. Most reliable methodologies for testing haemoglobin concentration require some equipment that may not be available in primary care sites. The Hemocue measures level in undiluted capillary or venous blood.

Haemoglobin concentration is the most consistent anaemia indicator. Most reliable methodologies for testing haemoglobin concentration require some equipment that may not be available in primary care sites. The Hemocue measures level in undiluted capillary or venous blood. It is easily transportable, needs very little blood for analysis, does not require blood sample storage or refrigeration, gives immediate digital results and can be battery operated.

The device seems appropriate for field surveys, anaemia surveillance at sentry sites and to evaluate the impact of nutritional intervention programs. For example, until three years ago the South African Blood Transfusion Service used only the CuSO4 method for haemoglobin measurement in potential blood donors. Now, all of their sites have changed to the Hemocue system. The Hemocue is also being rolled out to clinics and hospitals of South Africa where it has found widespread acceptance and is being used for rapid haemoglobin assessment of both adults and children.

For more details: https://www.omicsonline.org/open-access/hemocue-validation-for-the-diagnosis-of-anaemia-in-children-a-semi-systematic-review-2161-0665-4-187.php?aid=21676

 
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