No.2 Obstetric, VIP Obstetric Nursing, Tengzhou Central People's Hospital, Tengzhou, China. Mental Health Center of Tengzhou Dongguo Town, Tengzhou City, China. Static Distribution Center of Tengzhou Central People's Hospital, Tengzhou, China. Public Health Department Preventive Health, Tengzhou Central People's Hospital, Tengzhou, China. Public Health Service Station of Central Hospital of Dongguo Town, Tengzhou City, China. No.2 Postpartum Department, Tengzhou Central People's Hospital, Tengzhou, China.
Pakistan journal of pharmaceutical sciences. 2020;33(5(Special)):2417-2422
Iron deficiency anemia is a common nutritional deficiency disease in women during pregnancy, mainly due to the increased iron requirements of pregnant women and fetuses, resulting in a lack of iron elements necessary for the production of red blood cells, resulting in a decrease in the number of red blood cells and the symptoms of anemia; Causes chronic fetal hypoxia
and affects the normal development of some important organs of the fetus. This article explores the clinical value of oral iron drugs combined with diet therapy for maternal anemia. Observed the changes of hemoglobin (Hb), red blood cell count (RBC), average hemoglobin concentration (McHc), serum iron (SI), transferrin saturation (TS) and other indicators of pregnant women before and after treatment and the differences in pregnancy outcomes. Compared with before treatment, the maternal Hb, RBC, McHc, SI, TS and other indicators increased to a certain extent after treatment. Among them, the increase of each indicator in the experimental group is significantly larger than that in the control group. Differences between groups are considered to be meaningful after statistical analysis. (P<0.05). Oral iron drugs combined with diet therapy can effectively improve the symptoms of anemia and have a positive impact on pregnancy outcomes.