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and determined Nancy. Iron deficiency demands a search for a source of gastrointestinal bleeding if other sites of blood loss (menorrhagia, other uterine bleeding, and repeated blood donations) are excluded. (Next date) 8:40AM Nancy. Paip stands for Problem, Assessment, Intervention, and Plan. Caller was informed this author would contact psychiatric emergency personnel who may call her for further support/evaluation. Iron stores provide a source of iron when physiologic demand is high,.g., blood loss, pregnancy, and periods of rapid growth. This normalizes following iron therapy. The platelet count is commonly increased.(Figure-3) Combined folate deficiency and iron deficiency are commonplace in areas of the world with little fresh produce and meat. Over time, this may lead to iron overload and tissue damage. P: Will see client on (date).

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Once within the RE cell, the hemoglobin from the ingested red cell is broken down, the globin and other proteins are returned to the amino acid pool, and the iron is shuttled back to the surface of the RE cell, where it is presented. If the delivery of iron to the stimulated marrow is suboptimal, the marrows proliferative response is blunted, and hemoglobin synthesis is impaired. States last physical exam was 6 months ago. Upon examining, her physician found that she had tachycardia, pale gums and nail beds, and her tongue was swollen. A few final words about charting. Thus,.81.0 of red cells turn over each day. This strains the upper limit of what may reasonably be absorbed, and women with menorrhagia of this degree will almost always become iron deficient without iron supplementation. With suppression of erythropoiesis, the plasma iron level typically increases and the half-clearance time may be prolonged to several hours. Normally, the only route by which iron comes into the body is via absorption from food or from medicinal iron taken orally. Chronic aspirin use may cause it even without a documented structural lesion.

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