Women and Anemia

Women and Anemia
 
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Reducing the burden of anemic disorders in women includes:

  • Understanding risk factors
  • Making rapid, accurate diagnoses when symptoms occur
  • Implementing appropriate therapies
  • Monitoring treatment

 

Since anemia is usually found during routine blood tests, laboratory diagnostic testing plays an integral role in caring for women throughout the continuum of anemia treatment.

 

Throughout a woman’s lifetime, there are a number of conditions and diseases that affect her differently, or to a greater extent, than men. Many of these conditions and diseases are interconnected, where the onset of one leads to a greater risk of developing another. With an enhanced understanding and focus on the unique healthcare needs of women, healthcare providers across the continuum of care can be better equipped to prevent, detect, and treat the most threatening diseases affecting their female patients throughout all stages of their lives.


Siemens Healthineers Solutions for Anemia

 

Atellica® Solution

ADVIA Centaur® SystemsADVIA® Chemistry SystemsDimension Vista® SystemsDimension® EXL SystemsIMMULITE® Systems
Active-B12       
EPO †*   
Ferritin        
Folate       
Hemopexin        
Homocysteine      
Iron       
RBC Folate       
Soluble Transferrin Receptor (sTfR)       
Total Iron-binding Capacity (TIBC)       
Vitamin B12         

 

*ADVIA Centaur® CP System: Under development. Not commercially available. Future availability cannot be guaranteed.

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