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Anaemia in Women of Reproductive Age in Tanzania

Siriel Nanzia Massawe

Anaemia in Women of Reproductive Age in Tanzania

A Study in Dar Es Salaam (Comprehensive Summaries of Uppsala Dissertations from the Faculty of Medicine, 1151)

by Siriel Nanzia Massawe

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Published by Uppsala Universitet .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hematology,
  • Medical

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12854514M
    ISBN 109155453082
    ISBN 109789155453084

    One in four Kenyan women of reproductive age suffer from iron deficiency, a new government report shows. Kenya: Report Exposes High Risk of Anaemia Among Women - Search. the rate of anaemia in women of reproductive age THE 2 GOAL Z Z Z • stunting • breastfeeding • low birth weight • childhood overweight • wasting Anaemia reduction can help drive progress against the other global nutrition targets of pregnant women aged 15–49 years were anaemic 38% In , 29% women and Fe Impairs the health.

      Anaemia is a public health problem affecting over billion people globally. It affects all age groups of people and is particularly more prevalent in pregnant women. Africa carries a high burden of anaemia; in Uganda 24 % of women of child bearing age have anaemia. Pregnant women living in poverty are at greater risk of developing iron deficiency by: 4. Downloadable! Although the prevalence of anemia among women of reproductive age in Tanzania remains high, there have been documented improvements. It declined from % in to % , but by it has risen again to %, according to the nationally representative Demographic and Health Surveys from those years. Women’s anemia can lead to many detrimental .

    This study investigated the prevalence of anaemia in pregnancy and the determinants of haemoglobin levels and anaemic status among pregnant women. The results showed that % of the subjects were anaemic. The GLM and the binary logistic regression results revealed that Blood pressure, Gestational Age and BMI are useful in determining the haemoglobin level and the anaemic status respectively. Iron Deficiency Anemia among Women of Reproductive Age, an Important Public Health Problem: Situation Analysis Minaz Mawani 1, Savera Aziz Ali 2, Gulshan Bano 3 and Sumera Aziz Ali3* 1Department of Medicine, Aga Khan University Hospital Karachi, Pakistan 2School of Nursing and Midwifery Aga Khan Hospital Karachi, Pakistan 3Department of Community Health Sciences, Aga .


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Anaemia in Women of Reproductive Age in Tanzania by Siriel Nanzia Massawe Download PDF EPUB FB2

Request PDF | On Jan 1,Siriel Nanzia Massawe and others published Anaemia in women of reproductive age in Tanzania: A study in Dar es Salaam | Find, read and cite all the research you need. Massawe S. () Anaemia in women of reproductive age in Tanzania. A study in Dar es Salaam.

Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, Comprehensive Summaries of Uppsala Dissertations from the Faculty of Medicine64 pp. Uppsala. ISBN The overall aims of the study were to determine the prevalence of anaemia in women of. Anemia is a condition in which the number of red blood cells is not sufficient to meet the physiological need of the body.

Women of reproductive age and pregnant women are at a high risk of anemia, which in turn may contribute to maternal morbidity and mortality. We aimed to describe the prevalence of anemia and the factors associated with the risk of developing anemia in women of reproductive Cited by: 1. Objective.

To find out the prevalence and relationship of anemia in reproductive age women in rural area of Tabas, center of Iran. Iron deficiency anemia is the most common nutritional problem, affecting about % of pregnant and % of non-pregnant women by: Wilunda C, Massawe S, Jackson C.

Determinants of moderate-to-severe anaemia among women of reproductive age in Tanzania: Analysis of data from the Tanzania Demographic and Health Survey.

Trop Med Int Health. ; – Anemia in women of reproductive age in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania Article (PDF Available) in East African medical journal 79(9) September with Reads How we measure 'reads'. the prevalence; knowledge and attitude of pregnant women towards control measures of anaemia in Mbulu District, Tanzania.

This cross-sectional survey was conducted from November to July in Mbulu District in three health facilities whereby pregnant women aged years were involved. Figure Anaemia as a public health problem by country (a) Preschool-age children 9 (b) Pregnant women 10 (c) Non-pregnant women of reproductive age 11.

Prevalence of anemia in women of reproductive age (aged ), measured as the percentage of women with a hemoglobin level less than grams per liter at sea level. Anemia - can its widespread prevalence among women in developing countries be impacted. The prevalence of anaemia in women. Geneva, World Health Organization, Tanzania, 59 33 23 48 11 36 47 13 33 49 15 33 Uganda, /1.

Anemia in Women - Worldwide Prevalence. In 12 countries of the world, 50% or more women of reproductive age have anemia. Poverty and malnutrition are the primary factors responsible for high rates of : Rolando Y.

Wee. The nationally representative sample ( married women) was selected by multistage cluster sampling. Multilevel logistic regression analysis was used in this study.

The prevalence of anemia among Bangladeshi married women is more than 41% and among anemic women, and % were, respectively, mildly, moderately, and severely : Md. Golam Hossain, Kamruzzaman, Abdul Wadood. The lowest haemoglobin level was noticed among the. Globally, severe anemia impacts millions of non-pregnant women.

However, studies on the prevalence of severe anemia through large epidemiologic surveys among non-pregnant women have been scarce in China. In this study, we aimed to study the prevalence of severe anemia and its determinants among non-pregnant women living in rural areas of China.

Data were gathered fornon-pregnant Cited by: 1. Hemoglobin concentration measures on a sample of women of reproductive age including both pregnant and non-pregnant women (population based survey, surveillance system, or health facility clients).

The gold standard for assessing hemoglobin is the direct cyanomethhemoglobin method, which requires access to a laboratory. Iron deficiency anaemia (IDA) is most prevalent among Indian women in reproductive age from lower socio economic strata and 80% of women with anaemia suffer from IDA.

This study was done with the intention of finding efficient substitutes in the form of non haem iron of vegetable origin i.e. MoringaFile Size: KB. anaemia (Haemoglobin between to g/dl) and 4 (%) had severe anaemia (Haemoglobin less than 7g/dl).

The results revealed that mild anaemia was common followed by moderate anaemia. This is consistent with findings in Africa and elsewhere in the world [16, 10, 4, 7]. A Chi-square test of association showed that the Blood Pressure and the Age.

available to provide the magnitude of anaemia among women of a reproductive age ( years) from Meghalaya, India.

The prevalence rate of anaemia among women in the age group is %. The highest rate of prevalence of anaemia was found in the age group 20 Low income has been found to be significantly associated with the increased.

that % of pregnant women worldwide are anaemic. In Africa, % of pregnant women are anaemic [2]. In Kenya, the prevalence of anaemia among pregnant women is % [3]. When the prevalence of anaemia among pregnant women is % or more, it is considered as a severe public health problem.

File Size: KB. Kenya - Prevalence of anemia Prevalence of anemia among women of reproductive age (% of women ages ) Prevalence of anemia among women of reproductive age (% of women ages ) in Kenya was as of Its highest value over the past 26 years was inwhile its lowest value was in.

Massawe S, Urassa E, Nystrom L, Lindmark G. Anaemia in women of reproductive age in Dar-es- Salaam, Tanzania. East Afr Med J ; Engmann C, Adanu R, Lu TS, Bose C, Lozoff B.

Anemia and iron deficiency in pregnant Ghanaian women from urban areas. Int .EBSCOhost serves thousands of libraries with premium essays, articles and other content including Anaemia among pregnant women in northern Tanzania: prevalence, risk factors and effect on perinatal outcomes.

Get access to over 12 million other articles!Background: Iron deficiency is the most common nutritional disorder in the world.

The aim of this questionnaire based survey study was to determine the prevalence of iron deficiency anemia in reproductive age women, and their relation to variables such as age, marital status, education with those attending obstetrics and gynecology outpatient of King Faisal University Health Centre in Al-Ahsa Cited by: 3.