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Factors Relating To Iron Defiiency Anemia In Pregnancy: An Integrative Review
Author: Andréia Cristina Campigotto, Maria Do Carmo Andrade Duarte De Farias, Dayanne Chrystina Ferreira Pinto, Francisco Geyson Fontenele Albuquerque
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
11 pages
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Type of publication: Article
DOI: 10.3823/1758
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Anemia is a condition in which the blood’s hemoglobin concentration is abnormally low as a result of the lack of one or more essential nutrients. Caused by iron defiiency, this condition can impair the mental and psychomotor development, reduce the individual’s work performance, reduce resistance to infection and cause increased maternal and child morbidity and mortality. In pregnant women, the causes for the development of this anemic context are varied and include a nutritional defiiency and hormonal problems related to the menstrual cycle and endometrial and pregnancy complications.

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