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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Renan B. Paiano, Fábio C. Lahr, Lucas S. B. Silva, Diego S. Marques, Catia A. Ferreira, Daniela B. Birgel, Rafael S. Bisinotto, and Eduardo H. Birgel Junior

Prod. 46 , 1435 – 1439 . Chikazawa , S. and Dunning , M. D. ( 2016 ): A review of anaemia of inflammatory disease in dogs and cats . J. Small Anim. Pract. 57 , 348 – 353

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Introduction Anemia is a common disease found all over the world [ 1 ]. Half of the anemia cases are caused by iron deficiency (ID), and children are most vulnerable to this disease due to high iron needs [ 1 , 2 ]. According

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Sándor Hornok, Marina Meli, Enikő Gönczi, Éva Ignits, Barbara Willi, Hans Lutz, and Regina Hofmann-Lehmann

Fehér, I. (1992): Haemobartonellosis (infectious anaemia) of cats. I. Clinical observations (in Hungarian, with English abstract). Magyar Állatorvosok Lapja 47 , 472–474. Fehér I

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chemotherapy, results from the European Cancer Anaemia Survey. Oncology, 2006, 70 , 34–48. Birgegard G. Independent risk factors for anemia in cancer patients receiving chemotherapy

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Sára Vászana Kellner, Ádám Kellner, Attila Haragh, Péter Dombi, Éva Karádi, Péter Rajnics, Balázs Kollár, Hussain Alizadeh, Meenakshi Ghosh, Andrea Liposits, Mariann Moizs, and Miklós Egyed

References 1 Guyatt, G. H., Oxman, A. D., Ali, M., et al.: Laboratory diagnosis of iron-deficiency anaemia: an overview. J. Gen. Intern. Med., 1992

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Zsolt Oláh, Béla Fülesdi, János Gál, Andrea Matusovits, and Barna Babik

ellátásában.] Orv Hetil. 2019; 160: 203–213. [Hungarian] 8 Baron DM, Hochrieser H, Posch M, et al. Preoperative anaemia is associated with poor clinical

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2003 Anaemia in cancer pa-tients before treatment Bull Cancer 90 128 132 . 2. J Bohlius

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Vasile-Ioan Muntean, Orsolya Sárpataki, Adrian-Valentin Potârniche, Hemza Meghzili, Bogdan Sevastre, and Ioan Marcus

In bovine medicine, blood transfusion practice represents an emergency therapy where time is critical. The aim of this study was to develop a mathematical model to calculate the required blood for transfusion, using parameters which could be easily determined on the spot. Twenty Holstein calves were assigned to two groups depending on body weight (100.1 ± 3.1 kg and 151.1 ± 3.0 kg, respectively). All animals were subjected to an anaemia induction protocol in isovolaemic conditions in order to reduce the packed cell volume (PCV) by more than one third. Twenty-four hours later, each group received an auto-transfusion therapy. In order to find a valid constant for specific weight categories with high confidence interval in cattle, we calculated the value of constant ‘CC’ for each individual, using a formula described for carnivores as a basis. The value of the constant for the 100.1 ± 3.1 kg and 151.1 ± 3.0 kg groups was 80.6315 ± 1.1069 and 76.5294 ± 2.5640, respectively. The comparison between the two groups demonstrated significantly different mean values (P = 0.0002, by t-test) and, furthermore, significantly different values of the constant distributions (P = 0.0001, by the Kolmogorov–Smirnov test).

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R: Anaemia — a diabetologist’s dilemma? Acta Diabetol. 39(Suppl 1), 15–19 (2002) Bilous R. Anaemia — a diabetologist’s dilemma? Acta Diabetol

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normal pregnancy. Clin Haematol. 1985; 14: 601–612. 9 World Health Organization. Haemoglobin concentrations for the diagnosis of anaemia and assessment

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