Last updated on February 2018

Lactoferrin Versus Total Dose Infusion (TDI) For Treating Iron Deficiency Anemia in Pregnancy: Role of Nursing

Brief description of study

This study consisted of 60 cases. All the cases of pregnant women are 4 months to 8 months of pregnancy. The cases divided into 30 pregnant women's were given iron supplementation without health education and another 30 were given iron supplementation and health education for comparison between them. Comparative between hemoglobin levels before and after medication. Treatment of iron deficiency anemia with iron supplementation received for one month.

Detailed Study Description

The investigator will divide the participants into two groups e.g. group (A) and group (B) according to Hemoglobin level and receiving of oral supplementation for IDA accompanied with health education in case of group (A) and without health education in case of group (B). Then the investigator asked patient to sign the document of her investigations result to receive iron supplementation.

  • After that, the investigator observes hemoglobin's Level, when it less than >11g/dl, the patient will be the group (A) who will receive oral iron supplementation and health education.
  • Group (B) who will receive Total Dose Infusion (TDI) without health education.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT03279536

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