Anaemia In Pregnancy (a Case Study Of Pregnant Women Attending Antenatal Clinic At Univeristy Of Nigeria Teaching Hospital (unth, Enugu

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Anaemia In Pregnancy (a Case Study Of Pregnant Women Attending Antenatal Clinic At Univeristy Of Nigeria Teaching Hospital (unth, Enugu

Anaemia

ABSTRACT
The study on anaemia in pregnancy is aimed at determining packed cell volume (PCV), Haemoglobin (Hb) level and Erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) of pregnant women, as well as the selferity, significance of maternal, age, educational level, occupation and gestational age to the occurrence of anaemia in pregnancy managed, diagnosed and admitted at the university of Nigeria teaching Hospital (UNTH) Enugu.  The result showed that most of the patient had moderate to secure anaemia and that the cases were commonest in the age range 25-29 years.  Most of the patient were housewives and low level civil servants who lived in middle and lower class residential area ad who had no formal education.  Anaemia in pregnancy was seen to occur most commonly in the third trimester.  It occurred all through the year, but mostly in the wet season and had the greatest positive association with malaria and nutritional deficiency.  Anaemia in pregnancy was seen not to be rampant in our today’s society due to the small number that tested positive Anaemia in pregnancy was also seen not to have any effect on birth weight of babies.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cover page
Title page
Certification
Dedication
Acknowledgement
Abstract
CHAPTER ONE
Introduction
Epidemology
Classification
Types of Anaemia
Pathophysiology
Aims and Objectives
Statement of Problems
Limitations/Scope
CHAPTER TWO
Literature Review
Hereditary Spherocytosis
Glucose – 6 – Phosphate
Ineffective Condition
CHAPTER THREE
Materials and method
Collection of Samples
Sterilization
Determination of Packed cell volume
Determination of Haemoglobin (Hb)
Determination of Erythrocyte
Sedimentation rate (ESR)
Determining the significance of age, Educational level, etc
Method of Data collection
Method of data Analysis
CHAPTER FOUR
Results
Distribution of pregnant women
Distribution of patients according to their occupation
Distribution of patients according to their educational level
Distribution of patients according to severity.
CHAPTER FIVE
Discussion
Distribution
Distribution pregnant women by age
Percentage of  Anaemia in pregnancy etc.
CHAPTER SIX
Conclusion / Recommendations
Action by the Government etc.
References
Appendix

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