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Blood Disorders 1 Blood Disorders Tasheema N. James University Of Phoenix of Axia
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Blood Disorders 2 There are many different blood disorders, and we should be aware of the symptoms so we know what to look for when we believe there is a problem. Amy, a four- year old Caucasian female, has been complaining of being tired all the time, she is pale and a picky eater. Her mother is a single mom with a small budget to feed a large family. Amy only eats pastas, breads, and hot dogs, and drinks only artificial fruit punch. In this case giving Amy’s background, and symptoms I believe that Amy has an iron deficiency anemia. Iron deficiency anemia is very serious and should not be taking lightly; iron deficiency is one of the most causes of anemia. Without enough iron the body falls into a synthesize hemoglobin, and the ability to transport oxygen is reduced. Iron requirements are the greatest the first two years of life, so it’s very important for pregnant women to intake a lot of iron to support the growth of the fetus. In this case, Marcus is a five- year old African American male who just moved to New York City, and is visiting his new pediatrician for a new kindergarten physical. His mom tells the
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2012 for the course HCA 201 201 taught by Professor Browns during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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