In the name of god. CBC-STUDENT. Dr Goudarzipour. MCV:HCT/ RBC,fl MCH:Hb / RBC,pg MCHC:HCT/ Hb,gd RDW:anisocytosis. Neutropenia ? Anemia? Physiologic anemia?. NL PLT? WHATS MPV?. examples. 2 Y/O male WBC:6700:PMN:60,L:40 RBC:4.700.000 Hb:11.7 MCV:76 PLT:135000. Case -2.
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Iron deficiency is the most common nutritional deficiency in children and is worldwide in distribuiotion.
The incidence of iron-deficiency anemia is high in infancy.
40–50% of children under 5 years of age in developing countries.
Babies are born with iron stored in their bodies. Because they grow rapidly, infants and children need to absorb an average of 1 mg of iron per day.
Blood smear: Red cells are hypochromic and microcytic with anisocytosis
hemoglobin level falls below 10 g/dl.
1. Iron depletion:
tissue stores are decreased
2. Iron-deficient erythropoiesis
3. Iron-deficiency anemia:
In children with sever infection specially with cardiac dysfunction or Hb less than 4 g/dl.