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Prevention of Anemia in Children

Meta Description: Iron deficiency is the main cause of anemia. Children under five are among the most affected. One of the most noxious effects of anemia, particularly severe anemia, is the increased risk of mortality in the child.

Anemia is a largely widespread public health issue, with major consequences on human health and the economic and social development. Children under five are among the most affected. One of the most noxious effects of anemia, particularly severe anemia, is the increased risk of mortality in the child. Iron deficiency is the main cause of anemia. Infectious diseases, especially malaria, are important factors that contribute to high prevalences of anemia among several populations.

With or without fever, children with moderate to severe anemia are recruited above all among the ones in whom parasitemia is important compared with plasmodium plasmodium free children. The physiopathological mechanism manifests itself through destruction of erythrocytes or through dyserythropoiesis associated with some etiologic factors. A policy supporting iron supplementation and malaria control would allow reducing the incidence of severe anemia and probably deaths.

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https://www.omicsonline.org/open-access/effect-of-iron-supplementation-in-the-prevention-of-anemia-2161-0665.1000222.php?aid=33988

 
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