Hemolytic Anemia is a type of anemia where the red blood cells from the blood stream are removed and destroyed before their normal life span is over. Red blood cells look like dough nuts, disc shaped without holes in the centers. These cells carry oxygen to our body which helps in removing carbon dioxide from the body. When blood cells die the bone marrow make more blood cells in order to replace them. However in hemolytic anemia, the bone marrow cannot make red blood cells fast enough to meet the bodyâs requirement. Hemolytic anemia can lead to many health problems, such as fatigue (tiredness), pain; irregular heartbeats called arrhythmias an enlarged heart, and heart failure.
Journal of blood disorder and transfusion publishes articles related to Hemolytic Anemia along with many fields related to hematology. Journal of blood disorder and transfusion open access publishes the original research work through open access allowing the researches, probable leaners and the academic fellows to access the works freely. The infection can result from something as seemingly harmless as a scraped knee or nicked cuticle or from a more serious medical problem such as appendicitis, pneumonia, meningitis, or a urinary tract infection.
Last date updated on July, 2014