Study of Deleterious Outcome of Severe Anaemia on Circulatory Hemodynamics Using Simple Physiological Parameters

  • Aniruddha Jibhkate Assistant Professor, Department of Physiology, CMCH, Bhopal.
  • Richa Lath Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry, CMCH, Bhopal.
Keywords: Severe anemics, peripheral resistance.

Abstract

Introduction: Anaemia is one of the most common diseases worldwide and a common cause of death in pregnant women and the children. Also, various hemodynamic effects are seen in the anemics. Aim:  of the study was to find out the hemodynamic changes in the severe anemics.  Materials and Methods: Physiological parameters like heart rate and systolic and diastolic blood pressure were measured and compared between the severe anemics and the age matched subjectsResults: A statistically significant difference was found in heart rate and blood pressure of anemics as compared to the controls. Conclusion: There is altered hemodynamics in anemics, the common cause of which could be decrease peripheral resistance in anemics.

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Published
2016-09-28
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Jibhkate A, Lath R. Study of Deleterious Outcome of Severe Anaemia on Circulatory Hemodynamics Using Simple Physiological Parameters. IABCR [Internet]. 28Sep.2016 [cited 19Jul.2019];2(3):138-40. Available from: https://iabcr.org/index.php/iabcr/article/view/198