BLOOD DISORDERS WEEK 4 - There are many types of blood...

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There are many types of blood disorders that a person can acquire for malnutrition, or genetics. The severity of blood disorders changes enormously, and can cause in the long term affects according to every individual. The blood disorders that are acquired of the malnutrition can be simply treated by a change of the diet. Nevertheless, the genetic disorders of blood can be treated, but them will never disappear, and an individual has to learn to adapt oneself to his condition Amy, a 4-year-old Caucasian female, has been complaining of being tired all the time. She is a picky eater, who only eats pasta, breads, and hot dogs, and drinks only artificial punch. Her mother has a very low income, which contributes to Amy’s disorder. Amy suffers from the anemia of shortcoming of iron. The symptoms of the anemia of shortcoming of iron can include the fatigue, the paleness, increased heart rate, the pain of the tongue, and the avidity of strange matters, as dirt, and ice. The anemia of shortcoming of iron changes according to every individual, then it is important for the doctor to do a careful examination. The anemia is a shortcoming in which a person does not produce enough red blood cells. The red blood cells are important because they transfer the oxygen to other organs in the body. The shortcoming of
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