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Clinical evaluation of iron treatment efficiency among non-anemic but iron-deficient female blood donors: a randomized controlled trial

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Waldvogel, Sophie
Pedrazzini, Baptiste
Bize, Raphael
Tissot, Jean-Daniel
Published in BMC Medicine. 2012, vol. 10, p. 8
Abstract Iron deficiency without anemia is related to adverse symptoms that can be relieved by supplementation. Since a blood donation can induce such an iron deficiency, we investigated the clinical impact of iron treatment after a blood donation.
Keywords AdministrationOralAdolescentAdultBlood DonorsDietary SupplementsFatigue/drug therapy/metabolismFemaleFerritins/bloodFerrous Compounds/administration & dosageHemoglobins/metabolismHumansIron/deficiencyMiddle AgedMood Disorders/drug therapy/metabolismPatient ComplianceQuality of LifeTreatment OutcomeYoung Adult
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PMID: 22272750
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WALDVOGEL, Sophie et al. Clinical evaluation of iron treatment efficiency among non-anemic but iron-deficient female blood donors: a randomized controlled trial. In: BMC Medicine, 2012, vol. 10, p. 8. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:26255

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