Research Paper | Medicine | Uzbekistan | Volume 9 Issue 11, November 2020
Comparative Characteristic of Population Mechanisms for Formation of Iron Deficiency States among the Drugging Population
Mamasaliev Ne'matjon Solievich | Usmonov Burkhonjon Umarovich | Kurbanova R. R.
Abstract: As you know, IDS - anemia and latent iron deficiency (SDNS) - are common metabolic disorders [1, 9]. In various studies in recent years, it has been convincingly proven that not only iron deficiency anemia, but also IDS is of clinical significance. IDS causes significant minor symptoms from the nervous, cardiovascular and digestive systems, leading to an increased risk of developing hematological and therapeutic continuum . This is of particular importance for the population of drug-addicted population, in which CD and MTOs are characterized by a low-symptom course or a variety of clinical masks. Therefore, our study carried out a comparative study of the prevalence of iron deficiency states among the drug addicted population of Andijan. Table 4 shows the average indicators of blood composition and iron metabolism in the population of drug-addicted population aged 15-49. As can be seen from the following indicators were used to characterize iron metabolism in the drug addicts population: hemoglobin concentration in the blood, hematocrit, average hemoglobin concentration, plasma iron, serum transferrin (serum iron-binding capacity), TSI (transferrin saturation with iron) and ferritin in the blood. The noted indicators, according to the literature, are the most diagnostically significant and informative for the establishment of IDS.
Keywords: iron deficiency animia, epidemiology, risk factors, diagnosis, prevention
Edition: Volume 9 Issue 11, November 2020,
Pages: 1692 - 1696
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Mamasaliev Ne'matjon Solievich, Usmonov Burkhonjon Umarovich, Kurbanova R. R., "Comparative Characteristic of Population Mechanisms for Formation of Iron Deficiency States among the Drugging Population", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 9 Issue 11, November 2020, pp. 1692-1696, https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR201120122749
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