thalassaemic

thalassaemic

or

thalassemic

n
(Pathology) a person who has the blood disorder thalassaemia
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According to statistics, she informed that annually an estimated 6,000 Thalassaemic children born in the country ,of them 60 to 70 per cent succumb to Hepatitis- B or Hepatitis-C and die before reaching the age of 10.
A large number of thalassaemic children attended the sports gala and also participated in different games.
Common transfusion-transmitted infectious agents among thalassaemic children in Bangladesh.
As thalassaemia poses demanding challenge in terms of managing with limited resources in a country like Bangladesh, awareness, screening of carriers and prevention of births of the thalassaemic children by prenatal diagnosis are important.
Growth failure and bone lesions due to desferrioxamine in thalassaemic patients.
The Company also gave financial support to Fatimid Kidney Centre, Quetta for sponsoring treatment of 94 thalassaemic patients of Balochistan region as well as to AMTF, Karachi for bearing the annual expense of blood transfusion of more than 200 patients.
Giota Petrou, a thalassaemic who needs transfusions once a week said: "Every week we worry about whether there will be enough blood for all of us thalassaemics.
High dose ascorbic acid in the management of thalassaemic leg ulcers- a pilot study.
Montuori diagnosed a thalassaemic girl in 2014 with history of diarrhoea and abdominal pain.
Past, present and future scenario of thalassaemic care and control in India.
These thalassaemic children need special attention of the society.