Sodium Feredetate effectively leads to a significant rise in haemoglobin compared to Ferrous Sulphate

19 Jul 2019, Posted by: SUPERADMIN

Background: The main aim of the study was to determine the efficacy of Sodium Feredetate with Ferrous Sulphate in treatment of iron deficiency anaemia in pregnant women. Rise in haemoglobin after one and two months of treatment with respective drugs and their side effects.

Methods: Prospective randomised study carried out between Jan 2008-July 2009 at Government Tertiary Care Level Hospital OBG Department in Mangalore on 74 pregnant women with anaemia.

Results: Sodium feredetate (Na Fe EDTA) in iron deficiency anaemia led to a significant and rapid rise in haemoglobin levels than that with ferrous sulphate in our study.

Conclusions: Sodium Feredetate in iron deficiency anaemia led to a significant and rapid rise in haemoglobin levels than that with Ferrous Sulphate and also associated with minimal or no side effects.

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